04 Nov “Plantography” – Creating images with plant ink
The workshop ‘Plantography’ is about creating images with plant ink.
The Anthotype process uses vegetables like cabbage, beetroots and other plants to create inks that change colors when exposed to sun or other reacting agents (acid/basic solvents like lemon or baking soda).
This process is not only beautiful, but is also environmentally friendly. All the ingredients are natural and can be found locally and there are no synthetic ingredients in the process.
Plantography will spark your curiosity and will help you to understand some basic environmental science principles in a creative way.
Every participant will create an artefact that can then be brought at home.
Regular price 50 €
Price for OUNI active members 25 €
Places are limited.
Please write an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating if you are an OUNI active member or not.
You will then receive the information and bank details. Your place is safely booked as soon as you send the proof of payment by e-mail (a scan or screenshot would suffice).
Socialmatter Design Studio
Giacomo Piovan, Kristof Vrancken
Socialmatter site: www.socialmatter.eu/
Blog post from workshop at MUDAM: www.kinlake.com/plantography/
Socialmatter is a design studio working on social and environmental evolving realities. The studio consists of designers Lynn Schammel and Giacomo Piovan. Working as a team, they offer products, strategies and events for co-design new products and services together with socially engaged organisations.