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Copenhagen - Friday, Marts 11, 2011 A D E S I G N P U B L I C AT I O N O N S U B C U LT U R A L M O V M E N T S I N FA S H I O N A N D A R T

MAD HAIR GROWING CLUTCH

CUSTOMIZE YOUR SYNTHETICS

THE SYNTHETIC NOMADIC LIFESTYLE

nomadic lifestyle Read about how it all came to be, and why it’s something worth noticing.

WUNDERBIO! The cabinet of curiosity, science & art

“THE HERBARiUM ENERGY PROJECT”

see what to expect from your green energy in the future

AL OGIC THETL O I B - SYN BALL ARTS RAIDED B ICS - HUMAN SUIT E STYL AND ... ! LAB. ORE M H MUC

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THE HERBARIUM ENERGY PROJECT:1 []

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suggestion.5 JOB TITLE Design & project manager

DURATION Aug. 2010 - November 2010

Project describtion A research and development collaboration between me an EDF. The project lists the fragments of the most notable hypothetical technological developments related to the collection of renewable forms of energy. Themodynamic systems with optimized exchangers, concentric heliotropic photovoltaic cells, and millimetre piezoelectric fibres: all these fragments becomes the language of technical cuttings that fulfil their function as energy collectors in a more sensitive and intuitive way.

area of responsibility Concept, guidance, development, communication, production and manufacturing of 6 design objects for the 2010 International Design Biennale in St. Etienne, France.

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pétales réflectrices

corolle photovoltaïque

dissipateurs de chaleur

F.Magné pour Laerke Hooge Andersen / EDF

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1. ‘Photovoltaic Efflorescence’ A new type of Photovoltaic collectors develops on the flowerbeds in your garden, concentrating the sun’s rays onto small, very efficient cells. With their multiplication and their ability to track the course of the sun, irrespective of their orientation, producing large quantities of electricity.

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‘The Solar Trumpets’

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‘The Solar Trumpets’

The specific feature of this type of solar collector is that it has been developed partly underground. It is always at a cool temperature, which cools its photovoltaic cells and increases their efficiency. Light-concentrating ‘trumpets’ convey a maximum amount of solar energy to them underground, where they convert it into electricity, sheltered from external heat.

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Electric Rhizomes:2

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1. By using the difference between the heat emitted by the sun in the form of radiation and the constant, cool temperature of the ground, certain types of collectors generate electricity via a system of semi-buried thermal battery cells. The thermal batteries are cells that can convert a temperature differential into electricity.

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eat Sources contained in the air and those from direct solar radiation are used by this type of thermal collector that absorbs thermal energy from the air. The energy recovered by several colonies of spectral evaporators can be transferred to a heat pump for cooling or heating according to the season and needs.

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“THE

SYNTHETIC KINGDOM ER T S MA disser ! tation

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1 : H A I RY Exaggerated hair growth was provoked by biosynthetics and therefore became a new textile in the way in which people could use their exaggerated long hair to dress and drape the body or create other wearable body adornments. There are endless applications to the hair, for example the oversized Hair Tassel, which could also be used to hold the hair curtains in the living room, echoing the side parting of the hair.

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Left to bottom right: Hair Tassels, Hair-Shaded-Branch Torch and the Mad Hair Growing Clutch.


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: H A I RY

-OBJECT AND acce s s orie s

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[ Drawing of hair curtains in the living room, echoing the side parting of the hair ]

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[ Picture above - bark texture samples becomes the new texture language of wood skin.

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“...digital data within each hair cell, making it compatible with hardware such as computers�

A further application is the hair USB, This has been designed and bio engineered to contain and store digital data within each hair cell, making it compatible with hardware such as computers.

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Talisman:

New age - folkloric tribalism Folklore tribalism is the extension, or re-birth of the New Age movement, which formed in the 20th century. The folklore tribalism is seen as a Western spiritual movement. Its central principals revolve around drawing on both Eastern and Western spiritual traditions and rituals, infused with influences from Norse mythology, all together formes a common believe , that nature and the natural elements, is the highest power and religious persuasion. Further more it attempts to create a worldview that includes both science and spirituality, and embraces a number of forms of natural science. For example that of synthetic biology, lifescience and biomimetics.

Picture above: “Talisman� each material is Syntheticly grown. Worn as protection against evil spirits

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[ Picture above: Early signs of human Barkfur growth. Belonging to the Barkfur Family ‘Cambium’. Here growing from the body in a complex mix of soft textured thermal fur morphing with a more rigid textured fur, protecting the inner layers of the body from outside environment.

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The shapes on the paper first evokes the image of botanical drawings, the diagrams of human internal systems, or thingsgone-wrong in a science lab. But then again, the picture soon unveils a more morbid but yet elegant choreograpy comprised of arms and legs. Light and majestic, like the posture in a ballet.

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TH SELF ASSEMBL SUIT:

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[ Picture above: The Self-Assembly Suit and Hair Shaded Branch Torch 31


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he urban female masai, belongs to the race of humans, living in distant

future scenarios, where more hostile environment are found, and due to

generations failed attempts to save the earth and it’s ecosystems, people here

are forced to live like urban nomads. The world is now a dry and deserted place, and the only jungle that is left, is that of glass and steel.

Do to these planetarian changes, nomadic lifestyles are more and more com-

mon, nomadic subcultures are forming, and moving in small packs and tribes, due to a global increase and lack in natural resources. People can no longer inhabit the same places for long periods at a time. For example, Natural re-

sources like water and fertile farmland, are very hard to get by, therefore more

creative, practical and modest methods are being practiced. Far from being

dirty travelers, urban nomads dress in clever high-tech hunter/gatherer gear and adornments.

At this stage in time Synthetic biology has been around for a couple of de-

cades, and it is in the process of naturally fusing with nature and influencing the natural systems, as we know them.

With help of molecular technologies, injecting synthetic composites into life’s gnomes is now possible and can therefore, subsequently, be infused and

implemented into nature. And thereby, over time, reverse the depletion of natural resources.

When the gnome is strong enough to be relished into nature, to reestablish nature’s ecosystems, it raises the risk of the synthetic material, evolving in nonpredicted ways. This would be the paradox of being both incredible when the

synthetic DNA successfully finds it’s way into natural systems and creating life! But, on the contrary, it would mean that it no longer obey rules or restric-

tions. It will have stigmatized the new natural order, as a natural consequence of evolution. It will develop on its own terms.

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“The Braided Beaded Ball Suit”

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P roject d escribtion In collaberation with Dana Haim, shortlisted with the video ‘A Braided beaded Ball Suit’ in the ‘YouTube Play & Guggenheim Museum New York’ Competition. In the category ‘Experimental’ homepage: http://www.youtube.com/play To watch the video visit: http://www.laerkehoogeandersen.com/2010/09/29/137/ com/2010/09/29/137/

PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES Collectiong materials, filming, fotografer, designing and assembly suit. together with dericting and editting film.

[Stills from the movie

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DURATION September 2009 - June 2010

Project describtion Working within the fascinating field of artificial elements, with the idea of combining the synthetic and man-made with the natural substances of the human body. For example, experiments with creating or mimicking human organisms, ‘Growing’ skin, sewing lungs and hair tattoos. The outcome was the making of four body applications, which were staged and styled into large photography’s. Oozing a sense of Victorian romance opposite today’s modern clothing. All pictures ended up hanging in the style lab, as the final Frankenstein of the process.

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‘The Hairdress’ 38


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‘Skin dress’

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S overt

Project describtion Re-design, or reinterpret the stigma‘s of 6 pieces of garments.

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:THE Suite ture

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HENRIK VIBSKOV VS. QUINNY DURATION Sept. 2007 - March 2008

PROJECT Challenges Designing and conceptuelizing products,ideas and products for the collaboration between Henrik Vibskov and the Belgium Baby hard wear Company QUINNY.

Project describtion Developing amd designing organic and playful designs for Quinny baby hardwear.

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‘The Fring Project 6 & cover for soundvenue - Fashion Issue 2008’

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‘The Mint Institute’ catwalk stage at Paris and Copenhagen fashion week 2008 ‘

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Contributed to the making of Chairs for gourmet restaurant Mielcke & Hurtigkarl, Copenhagen.

Part of the ‘Fring Projects’ nr. 3 out of 10.

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Featured in the book ‘‘The Fringe Projects 1-10’ with contribution to project 3 and 6.

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‘Totem’

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