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Tom Dixon‘s 2014 accessories collection is inspired by the industrial qualities of engineering, with a beautiful play on industrial machine parts, utilising semi-precious materials like brass, copper and glass.
Famed for his previous collection of furniture, lighting and accessories, Tom Dixon’s accessories collection shows his continued talent to produce innovative and interesting design that deals with every day objects and the pursuit to reinvent them in a beautifully resolved design.
British “Designer of the Year” Tom Dixon, presented his latest range of gifts and accessories at the Maison & Objet, Paris trade fair last week.
Dixon‘s newest range is inspired by the industrial qualities of engineering with a beautiful play on industrial machine parts, with three range’s that feature accessories made from semi-precious materials like brass, copper and glass.
Vivid Sydney is the largest light and music festival in the Southern Hemisphere, with over 500,000 people attending in 2012.
Now in its fifth year, Vivid Sydney will showcase its largest program to date, featuring more than 60 vibrant lighting installations around Sydney Harbour, over 100 creative industry workshops and seminars, and live music performances at Sydney Opera House
Hakanaï is a cutting-edge choreographic work that features a live solo dancer surrounded by a cubist landscape of moving digital images.
Performed by a dance artist as a “digital score”, it is generated and interpreted live.
The imaginary landscapes of Hakanaï are created using one dancer, an artist/director producing the digital images, and a soundscape mix of electronic music, acoustic instruments and environmental sounds.
In fact, directors Adrien Mondot and Claire Bardainne describe their use of graphic elements in Hakanaï as digital writing with musicality.
Symbolizing power, enabling ornamentation, and facilitating trade, glass beads are miniature masterpieces that have played significant roles throughout time and across cultures.
Life on a String: 35 Centuries of the Glass Bead showcases, for the first time, nearly 200 important works from the large historical glass bead collection of The Corning Museum of Glass.