ceu . video (2013)
jardim (2013) .................................................... the dress. Thus the gaze on the installation becomes polisensitive; the vision is built by its own sensitivity added to audition and tactile sensations promoted by the wind.
“garden” is a project that involves technology applied to
wearables. the installation consists of a central piece (dress)
built in thermosensitive cotton, arduino circuit, fans, metal- The interaction here is taken as the main motor, the true
lic and cotton embroideries, tree branch and stones. It senses activating part of this communicational space in the project
system.
human presence by sound, blow or touch and reacts by
changing the surface pattern/color.
The metallic embroidery built inside the piece receives energy inputs, thus, promoting colour changes on the outside of
Exhibited:
Espectros Contemporâneos . Nova Friburgo . SESC Gallery . 07/13
Jardim . Casa Ramalhete Gallery . Belo Horizonte . 11/13
Picture: Julia Valle
Entre-Espaço (2013) ........................................ sustain, which brought along sense of care and attention.
Site-Specific installation developed for the Hessel Museum
of Art, NY, consists of moulage built cotton curtains. The
pieces were produced in-situ, to fully grasp the sense of the
space in the gallery.
Two curtains placed along the visitor’s way intend to shorten
or alter passages and the perception people of space while
visiting the museum. Plants were used as support for the
The result showed interesting similarities between the shape
of the textiles and the works of Ivana Kralickova, Maria Dauliute and Falke Pisano.
Exhibited:
Less like an object, more like the weather . Hessel Museum, NY . 03/2013
Foto: Julia Valle
TNWMLC (2011) ................................................ A total of 48 pieces were showed, which included necklaces,
bracelets and wall hanging objects.
Together with the TNWMLC project to be presented at
the Fashion Rio runway shows, a collection of jewelry and
objects made from parts of a typewritting machine was also
developed. After being destroyed in hundreds of parts, the
pieces were used as components for contemporary jewelery,
together with antigue jewelery, such as pearls, brancelets
and chains.
Exhibited:
2011 Gallery . Belo Horizonte . 04/2011
Fotos: Carlos Noronha
TNWMLC (2013) ................................................ fluid shape with straight lines falling from adjusted strucTNWMLC has drawings made by words written in different keyboard layouts as a starting point. The area
they circunscribe are taken as shapes for clothes patterns. Each piece is built, then, from a word or sentence.
And thus, each one of them carries its own meaning and
is the physical expression of an abstract value or a feeling
The result are geometric shapes, but the expected rigid
forms come undone when the first piece is finished; a
tures. After being destructed, the typewritting machine,
central piece for the collection, receives new functions;
embroidery parts, jewelery and trimmings.
Awarded 13th Rio Moda Hype Prize . 01/2011
Exhibited:
Fashion Rio (Rio Fashion Week) . Rio de Janeiro . 01/2011
Grampo Gallery . Belo Horizonte . 09/2011
Casa Ramalhete Gallery . Belo Horizonte . 06/2011
Pictures: Bira Soares.
GENERATOR . desfile ..................................... tions only pre-determined values of deformation.
On the search for new creative processes for garments was The software generates then new patterns, that may later be
developed the Generator software, a distorter for digitalized printed in real size, cut in fabric and re-built to the body of the
bidimensional patterns. On its first version, a small cloth- individual in interaction with the programme.
ing collection of ‘deformed’ pieces was created. The project
questions the reproducibility of fashion aswell as the use of Project Awarded 10th Rio Moda Hype Prize, 01/2009
computers to optimize the production of pieces reproduced in Exhibited:
large scale. With Generator the machine comes up with a new Vivo Art.Mov . Belo Horizonte .
function, to optimize and simplify the execution of unique and Margnalia Lab . Belo Horizonte .
Fashion Rio (Rio Fashion Week) . Rio de Janeiro . 01/2009
exclusive pieces, impossible to be reproduced.
MAM-SP (Museum of Modern Art - SP) . São Paulo . 01/2011
Starting from a basic digital pattern (e.g.: a skirt or a shirt)
the programme generates aleatory shapes, having as limita-
Picture: Bira Soares
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Greece, Portugal and Slovenia.
Based on concepts of infinity and
repetition, it mixes fashion, music,
motion images and photography
in a very inter-personal and
interactive shape. For more
information visit:
www.continuumproject.com
the continuum project
Julia Valle and Maja Mehle invite you to discover the continuum project, step by step.
It was a very rewarding project, with great
works from all over the world. So, to everyone
who took part in it
Thanks, Obrigada,
Hvala, Mange Tak,
Ευχαριστίες, Grazie,
Dank, etc.
It was great fun, work and endless sensorial
experiences with the project. The most beautiful
thanks to all.
CONTINUUM .....................................................
Resultado da colaboração entre criadores de diversas
áreas em vários países, o projeto Continuum propoe um
network infinitvo de projetos colaborativos de longa ou
curta duração, dentro das possíveis manifestações das
artes.
Em sua primeira edição, em Ljubljana, Eslovienia,
coleboradores incluíram designers gráficos e de moda,
vídeo-artistas, fotógrafos e músicos. O resultado foi uma
exposição de mixed-media na galeria SQUAT, na capital
eslovena, em julho de 2007.
Como peça central, o vestido-contínuo. Uma peça pronta,
porém não finalizada, indubtavelmente infinita. Amplo
ele contém palavras soltas, que devem ser conectadas
como em um jogo de ligue-os-pontos. O vestido espera ser
‘terminado’, ‘alterado’, ‘interagido’ e pode se comportar
de maneiras diferentes dependendo do humor de quem
o manipula. O vestido continuum se encontra hoje no
acervo da galeria Rhys Mendes, em São Paulo, tendo sido
exposto em coletiva de design em 2009.
Foto: Aljosa Rebolj . Para conhecer mais, visite:
www.juliavalle.com/continuum.html
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