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31. May, 16:0019:00

WORKSHOP Coded biophilia by Giulia Tomasello

Coded biophilia by Giulia Tomasello 

31st of May, 16h-19h 

Workshop  (REGISTRATION LINK)
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/337134477297 [Max. 10 participants]

Mz* Baltazar’s Lab

ABOUT:

Coded Biophilia is a workshop designed to learn basics of soft wearables and the exploration of biological textiles. During the workshop, participants will explore the potential of bacterial cellulose for textile futures in terms of growing living materials and creating speculative scenarios for second skins, sensors, and adaptive responsive structures. Learning new methods of making sensory surfaces for wearables and to envision how biotechnology and new materials will shape our environment. At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to identify state-of-the-art soft wearable and bio-textiles applications. Technology is getting closer and closer to our skin. What we wear today will soon be forgotten and replaced with biological technologies that are not only changing and challenging the way we consume and experience design and fashion, but also how we relate to and work with nature instead of against it. Through Coded Biophilia and within this space, we have the opportunity to re-think the relationship between technology, design and society.

 

gitomasello.com 

codedbodies.com

 

About Giulia Tomasello

Giulia Tomasello is an artist and a designer committed to female’s intimate care and its
innovation, combining biohacking and interactive wearables. Winner of Re-FREAM, STARTS
Prize and WORTH Partnership, awarded from EU Horizon 2020, for her projects Alma,
Future Flora and Rethinking the Bra. Recently recognised for her multidisciplinary work with
the Japanese Award World Omosiroi. Giulia offers a new deeper knowledge of female's
wellbeing, developing innovative tools in the intersection between medical and social
sciences. She is currently part of Vision Health Pioneers incubator in Berlin, where she is
developing Alma. Alma co-creates tools for a cultural change in female intimate care
combining technology and education. Coded Bodies is her teaching platform designed to
learn basics of soft wearables and an exploration of biological textiles. Tomasello is currently
a Visiting Lecturer in soft technology at Royal College of Arts in London and Politecnico in
Milano.

Website: gitomasello.com 

Event details

Date:
31. May
Time:
16:00–19:00
Door policy:
all genders
Registration:
No registration required.
Requirements:
bring your own computer
Cost:
free
Event Category:

Venue

Mz*Baltazar’s Laboratory, Jägerstraße 52-54, 1200 Wien

Organizer

Mz* Baltazar’s Lab