ExhibitionsPosted by Emil Gustafsson Mon, November 16, 2015 23:13:41
I have been selected to participate in Schmuck 2016. I consider this a great honour especially since I thought that there was no way in hell that I would be accepted.
The exhibition can be read about at http://klimt02.net/events/fairs/schmuck-2016-willy-brandt-allee-1.
ExhibitionsPosted by Emil Gustafsson Tue, October 27, 2015 22:26:11
I forgot that I promised to post some pics of my masters project. So, here they come:
(Technical edit: Click on a pic, scroll down a bit and leaf through the pics there.)
ExhibitionsPosted by Emil Gustafsson Fri, July 05, 2013 11:50:10
I have finally gotten around to collect the statistics from Snowflakes 1
and here are some of my findings.
200 jewellery pieces were taken.
194 forms were filled out, of which 2 were obviously fake (I even got one who posed as Usama Bin Laden who, as we have been told, was dead at the time).
Out of 200 forms, 147 were filled out correctly. The biggest aberration was that many missed the consent clause in fine print.
(A spontaneous survey with the students of my faculty (approximately 80 people) where, lets say, 60 participated, only three or four persons actually read the fine print.)
Among the participants, 35% were male, 61% were female and 4% were undefined
Participants were asked to choose a favourite shape from a selection of nine (see pic below.
19,5% preferred the circle
18% preferred the ellipse
13,5% preferred the star
The least popular shape was the sector (lower middle) with only 2,5%.
15% of the audience was left handed (compared to a global average of 11%)
4,5% were ambidextrous (which is probably far above the global average)
The average age of the visitors was 35,1 years, with the youngest participant being 5 years old and the oldest being 73 years old.
The average visitor was 171 cm tall. (5'7")
People of 17 nationalities participated.
ExhibitionsPosted by Emil Gustafsson Wed, June 19, 2013 18:21:59The third of march I had the honour to be invited to The Museum of Decorative Arts and Design in Oslo. I was to have a one day stunt exhibition in the middle of the travelling jewellery exhibition "From The Coolest Corner". For this exhibition I built and programmed three machines that made jewellery pieces. The creation process of the pieces were influenced by audience members that were allowed to control the machines. The pieces were later given to the participants.Below follows pictures of the machines plus some blueprints.
Videos will be uploaded in a while.