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SUMMER - SPRING 2012

POST-MCQUEEN EMBRYOS aatelier.org PARIS


POST- MCQUEEN EMBRYOS S/S 2012 19 MARCH - 30 MARCH

Tutor: Isa誰e Bloch, Founder of Eragatory Digital Tooling Assistants: Marysol Kraviez and Lucio Rossi, Cofounders of Utopos Lecturers: Pierre Cutellic, Founder of The Computational Monkeys Kibwe Tavares, Cofounder of FactoryFifteen Isa誰e Bloch, Founder of Eragatory Maria Martinez, Lecturer Guest Critics: Julia Koerner, Architect Kibwe Tavares,Cofounder of FactoryFifteen Philippe Morel, Founder of EZCT Theodora Vardouli, Lecturer


ABOUT POST- MCQUEEN EMBRYOS

Post-9/11, Post-Tsunamis, PostEarthquakes, Post-Olympics, PostHadid; Post- McQueen. Alexander McQueen (1969-2010) was one of the most influential and provocative designers of his generation. His clothing challenged the generic and conventional parameters of fashion to express culture, politics, identity. McQueen saw beyond clothing design physical constraints its ideological and conceptual possibilities, addressing questions related to race, gender, religion, sexuality and environment. AAtelier participants took part of a collective embryo-genesis engaging McQueen’s DNA and legacy onto a novel and crucial debate about fashion in the Post-McQueen Era.


Student_Country // S/S 2012 : Krisada Sungkram_Malaysia, Maria Lima_Portugal, Lilli Maunula_Finland, Zhenyu Yan_China, Maria-Thala Al Aswad_Syria, Rémi Chevrillon_France, Chloe O’Regan_Australia, Rodrigo Quiñones_Chile, Leila Mohaghegh_Iran, Elena Kirillova_ Russia.

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Archangel, 1 to 1 Physical Prototype RĂŠmi Chevrillon (France)


THE STUDIO

haute (cul)ture AAtelier, Spring/ Summer 2012 From the current global financial situation to the useless gossip magazines propaganda, Haute (Cul)ture will implement the multidisciplinary aspect of architecture in terms of design and production, as a possible way out to tackle the lack of behavioral creativity and sculptural tactics in couture. The workshop will instrumentalise uncommon methods of design and production to couture (laser cutting, cnc milling, 3d software) while implementing them to its existing heritage: sculpting, deforming, scaling, mutating, accumulating, emphasizing (the body). This will serve us as tools to reach a total freedom of form finding and creation.


Honey Dress, Overall Wireframe Strategy Zhenyu Yan (China)


K-non, Folding Strategies Maria-Thala Al Aswad (Syria)

Barbarella, Symmetric Body Structures Maria Lima (Portugal)


Archangel, Form Finding RĂŠmi Chevrillon (France)


Renaissance, Digital Garment Design Leila Mohaghegh (Iran)


Renaissance, 1 to 1 Physical Prototype Leila Mohaghegh (Iran)


K-non, 1 to 1 Physical Prototype Maria-Thala Al Aswad (Syria)

Barbarella, 1 to 1 Physical Prototype Maria Lima (Portugal)

Archangel, 1 to 1 Physical Prototype RĂŠmi Chevrillon (France)


Barbarella, Digital Garment Design Maria Lima (Portugal)

Archangel, Digital Garment Design RĂŠmi Chevrillon (France)


Metalosis Maligna, Digital Garment Design Krisada Sungkram (Malaysia)


CONTACT AAtelier Paris e e w t

Jorge Ayala, Director info@jorge-ayala.com info@ayarchitecture.com aatelier.org +33 183 5656 03

AA London Chris Pierce, AAVS Director e visitingschool@aaschool.ac.uk w aaschool.ac.uk t +44 20 7887 4000


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