Gilles de Brock
Gilles de Brock’s (1988, NL) practice is mostly known for silkscreen printmaking and it’s accompanying aesthetics, but is actually based between different areas and medias. It balances between technology-oriented projects, D.I.Y. production, media theory, craftsmanship and traditional design. Over the years they have merged into one hybrid practice that adapts to different projects. The result varies from hand-tufted carpets, digital printed silk scarves with computer generated designs, silkscreen printed collages, generative video installations and machines capable of – amongst other things – printing ceramics with glaze. He has worked for global brands like Nike, Red Bull and Champion as well as freelance work for design studios like Metahaven and Mind Design.
Vera van de Seyp
Vera van de Seyp (1993, NL) is a designer and creative coder. She likes creating generative design tools, languages, moving typography and exploring the potential of new technologies like machine learning for the design field. Currently based in Amsterdam and Antwerp, she runs a design practice, is part of various creative coding communities and teaches Digital Media at ArtEZ, Arnhem.
The lecture is following a two-day workshop together with the students from KHIO.
5th February 2020 at 17.30-20.30
Fossveien 24, 0551 Oslo