Experiment. Week 1.

We started the entire Module by designing a lamp out of scrap materials. I was excited, didn't have an idea in mind though. So I went and checked out Florians boxes and browsed through the workshops to find scrap materials. Goal of the week was to build a lamp that has its own aura.

To download the full task, download the following PDF.

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Experiment 1:

In the boxes I found an old police lamp. I was intrigued by the spinning mechanism and decided to use the scrap metal strips to form a body and enlarge the diameter of the lamp.

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Experiment 2:

While searching for a matching light for Experiment 1 I came across the tiniest lightbulb and lamp socket I've ever seen. I simply had to make another lamp with these. So I chose a wooden body, a rather small switch and a metal base.

Experiment. Week 2.

Week two was dedicated to material experiments. We ought to choose a material that was wasted often and in daily use by private people or the industry. Using easy and ecological ways to put pieces together.

To download the full task, download the following PDF.

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Experiment 1:

The one material all around me was obviously masks. So I collected some and melted them onto a stick.

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Experiment 2:

For the second experiment I worked with wood and glue as the found materials were already glued together.

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Experiment 3:

Working at Louisa's Clay Workshop was my first "Atelier". So going back and experimenting with wood shavings and smashed ceramic bowls was a blast.

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