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Talente Competition 2015

Award  /  11 Mar 2015  -  17 Mar 2015
Published: 04.07.2014
Talente Competition 2015.
Willy Brandt Allee 1
DEADLINE: 01/10/2014
Philipp Weber. Object: A Strange Symphony, 2014. 180 x 25 x 25 cm. Glass blowing pipe. Philipp Weber
Object: A Strange Symphony, 2014
180 x 25 x 25 cm
Glass blowing pipe
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Intro
Young artist working in the applied arts and technology will have the opportunity to show their work in the international competition TALENTE 2015 in Munich, Germany from 11th to 17th March 2015. The aim of TALENTE is to promote young people with a particular manual talent and to show an interested audience the enormous potential which lies in the new generation in crafts and trades.

Artist list

Sharareh Aghaei, Veronica Andres, Gal Bahat, Hazel Baker, Sofia Bankeström, Eran Barbakov, Lynn Batchelder, Riccardo Belli, Ruby Berry, Pauline Betin, Melanie Bosma, Amani Bou argham, Radek Brezar, Daniel Bruin-Mooij, Amy Peace Buzzard, Lisa Böhme, Sébastien Carré, Wen-Fu Chuang, Katie Collins, Jerome Corgier, Emma Creighton, Mark Damen, Martijn De Boer, Dienke Dekker, Hugo Delautre, Toni Egger, Harriet Elkerton, Mae Engelgeer, Felicie Eymard, Pia Farrugia, Sebastian Fehlberger, Karoline Fesser, Andreas Forster, Fynn Freyschmidt, Anna Fričová, Elvira Golombosi, Friederike Guminski, Karin Gyllerfelt, Ravit Hefer, Elisa Sophia Herrmann, Doreen Herzog, Cécile Hoggenmüller, Selma Houissa, Nan-Chiang Huang, Marlène Huissoud, Koen Jacobs, Minji Jo, Chelsea Johnson, Lars Junker, Lisa Keller, Hyun Sung Kim, Bokyung Kim, Youmi Kim, Marina Peres Koldenkova, Takashi Komiya, Sophia Krinner, Marzena Krzeminska-Baluch, Kyungmin Lee, Anneleen Martin, Anja Meyer, Gonzales Temo Moreno, Anna Norrgrann, Geir Nustad, Kota Okuda, Francisca Onumah, Sarah Pschorn, Josua Putzke, Matthias Pötz, Jonathan Radetz, Barbara Regus, Marieke Ringel, Harriet Lee Robinson, Joelle Romanowicz, Kristina Rothe, Esther Suarez Ruiz, Omer Saig, Shay Salehi, Natalia Sarrazin, Katherina Schank, Andrea Scholze, Katherina Scholze, Ingo Schuppler, Ralf Sieber, Nadine Sponsel, Anneleen Swillen, Kazusa Takamura, Hazel Thorn, Nela Treskova, Pei Chen Tsai, Kotaro Uranaka, Iraida Vedriel, Aric Verrastro, Christoph Friedrich Wagner, Philipp Weber, Christoph Weißhaar, Johnson Witehira, Jing Yang, Tala Yuan, Jiye Yun, Dawid Żynda

Statement

Talente 2015 presents the work of 99 artists, designers and craftsmen from 32 countries in 12 different areas of production. It is the first time that works from participants from Ghana, Cuba, Iran and Lebanon will be included in the exhibition. This year the exhibition is characterized by innovative, very different works in glass, ceramics and jewellery as well as by a large selection of textiles. In addition to works that are inspired by nature – whether by plant forms or by the atmosphere and moods of the landscape – works are to be seen that are dealing with the city and try to translate its poetry and problems into a visual mode. The appeal of surfaces and the development of new techniques to enhance the range of possibilities resulted in very different works. Other topics are the definition and the meaning of home and country, problems of environmental protection and the relationship of new technical possibilities and traditional craftsmanship. The combination of various unusual ideas, of different conceptual and aesthetic approaches results in a very special and fascinating exhibition.
 
As in the last years, many applications arrived for Talente from the field of jewellery. The young artists show a special interest in the techniques and ideas of the collage. Impressive are the contributions of the students from Idar-Oberstein (Germany) working with and interpreting the material stone which results in very different works with diverse concerns but all of quite archaic character (Sharaeh Aghaei, Iran; Elvira Golombosi, Ukraine; Tala Yuan, China). The works deal with issues of homeland, strangeness and identity, the unconscious and magic forces being inherent to the objects as well as with the importance and the condition of civilization-creating elements in the present. All in all, this year again the general interest in the combination of different materials and for the connection of specially made parts and found objects is evident. These elements can be created into architecturally-style arrangements, extended into long tubes, combined with materials such as perspex glass or be gathered into subtle, poetic compositions. Besides the major inspiration from natural forms technical ideas play a significant rôle. Katie Collins (USA/Australia) for example works from steel collapsible necklaces and bracelets that present different stages and are inspired by machines. Unusual are Karin Gyllerfelt’s (Sweden) works in which photos of richly draped textiles are applied on metal surfaces causing a vexing trompe l’œil-effect. By means of technique and motifs she hints at the themes of transformation and transience. Jing Yang (China/Germany) deals in her "vases" not only with gender-based stereotypes of her native China, but also with the playful analysis of forms by dividing a vase shape into compartments reflecting in her pendants on the relationship of these parts.

Altogether, 99 designers will present their works. The best ones will be honored on Saturday, 14 March with the TALENTE-prizes at 4:30 pm on stage in Hall B1.

* The special show TALENTE is sponsored by: Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energie due to an order of the Deutscher Bundestag and the Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Wirtschaft und Medien, Energie und Technologie.

Conditions

Young artist working in the applied arts and technology will have the opportunity to show their work in the international competition TALENTE 2015 in Munich, Germany, during the International Trade Fair for the Skilled Trades from 11th to 17th March 2015.

In an area of 600 m², the works will be shown to a wide audience, with an international jury selecting the winners of the TALENTE prize. An illustrated catalogue will be published.

The aim of TALENTE is to promote young people with a particular manual talent and to show an interested audience the enormous potential which lies in the new generation in crafts and trades. The works will be the outcome of formal or technical considerations and experiments, showing something new and exceptional.

Participants are chosen from any section of crafts and technology. They will have made the artefact by their own hands. Age limit is set at 33 in the domains of crafts, and at 35 in the domain of technology.

The competition is publicly funded. This covers the space on the fair itself, the catalogue entry and part of the transport of the objects to and from Munich.


Schedule:

End of January to 3rd March 2015 Timeframe for delivery of exhibits to Spedition Schenker or to the trade fair in Munich. If you wish to bring your exhibits to Schenker in person, please contact Ms Planer beforehand at +49 89 9492 4344. If you plan to install your exhibit yourself, i.e. your exhibit has special electronic installations that our assembly team cannot take care of, please ask for a delivery permit from the Talente organisation now. You will receive this on the day of installation.

6th March to 10th March 2015 Unpacking of the objects by the exhibition team and assembly of the exhibition.

6th to 7th March 2015 Exhibitors delivering their exhibits themselves bring them to the unpacking space

10th March 2015, 12:00 Deadline for self-assemblers to make special electronic or other installations that our assembly team cannot take care of. Self-assembly takes place in hall B1. Do not forget to bring along your coloured delivery permit, as you will not be given access to the hall without it. Note for drivers: a deposit of € 100 will be payable at the gate on this day.

11th to 17th March 2015 Special exhibition Talente at the International Skilled Trades Fair. Thursday 18:00 VIP evening at the fair. Presentation of prizes on Saturday, 14th March 16:00 on the stage in hall B1 and meeting of the jewellers and the participants of the other special exhibitions in the city center.

17th March 2015 Disassembly of the exhibition. Deadline for self-assemblers and exhibitors collecting their works themselves. Note for drivers: until 8:00 p.m., the entries to the halls will be blocked by trucks. It will not be possible to collect by car until late in the evening or the following morning.

18th March 2015 Packing of exhibits for return by the exhibition team in the unpacking room. Deadline for exhibitors collecting their works themselves.

Contact

Fur further information and for written application forms please contact:
Dr. Michaela Braesel, Handwerkskammer für München und Oberbayern, Abteilung Messen und Ausstellungen, Max-Joseph-Straße 4, 80333 München
T +49 89 5119-293, F +49 89 5119-245
michaela.braesel@hwk-muenchen.de
Daniel de Bruin. Object: This new technology, 2014. 200 x 120 x 80 cm. Machine, analogue 3D printing. Daniel de Bruin
Object: This new technology, 2014
200 x 120 x 80 cm
Machine, analogue 3D printing
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Ingo Schuppler. Jonas Schwarz. Object: Evolve – the no pole tent, 2014. 110 x 160 / 250 x 340 cm. Trekking tent, folding frame system. Ingo Schuppler
Jonas Schwarz
Object: Evolve – the no pole tent, 2014
110 x 160 / 250 x 340 cm
Trekking tent, folding frame system
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Pauline Betin. Object: Petit silot suspendu, 2014. Glass. 27 x 11 x 11 cm. Pauline Betin
Object: Petit silot suspendu, 2014
Glass
27 x 11 x 11 cm
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Takashi Komiya. Object: Vase from the series Shape of Life, 2014. Glass. 56 x 15 x 15 cm. Takashi Komiya
Object: Vase from the series Shape of Life, 2014
Glass
56 x 15 x 15 cm
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Geir Nustad. Object: Im-material, smal mountain ice blue, 2014. Glass. 22 x 15 x 17 cm. Geir Nustad
Object: Im-material, smal mountain ice blue, 2014
Glass
22 x 15 x 17 cm
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Shay Salehi. Object: Organic: Blue, 2014. Glass pearls, pigments. 20 x 20 x 20 cm. Shay Salehi
Object: Organic: Blue, 2014
Glass pearls, pigments
20 x 20 x 20 cm
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Harriet Elkerton. Vessel: Untitled, 2014. Porcealin, wood, cotton, linen. 19 x 9 x 6 cm. Harriet Elkerton
Vessel: Untitled, 2014
Porcealin, wood, cotton, linen
19 x 9 x 6 cm
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Kyungmin Lee. Vessel: Matrix, 2014. Porcelain. 30 x 30 x 30 cm. Kyungmin Lee
Vessel: Matrix, 2014
Porcelain
30 x 30 x 30 cm
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Andrea Scholze. Sculpture: Untiled, 2014. Stoneware. 30 x 50 x 30 cm. Andrea Scholze
Sculpture: Untiled, 2014
Stoneware
30 x 50 x 30 cm
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Francisca Onumah. Vessel: Untiled, 2014. Oxidised cooper, silver plated. 13 x 8 x 6 cm. Francisca Onumah
Vessel: Untiled, 2014
Oxidised cooper, silver plated
13 x 8 x 6 cm
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Mark Damen. Furniture: Untitled, 2014. Wood, alluminium. 78 x 220 x 96 cm. Mark Damen
Furniture: Untitled, 2014
Wood, alluminium
78 x 220 x 96 cm
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Toni Egger. Furniture: Untitled, 2014. Oak, brass, fabric, bent wood, CNC. 75 x 83 x 240 cm. Toni Egger
Furniture: Untitled, 2014
Oak, brass, fabric, bent wood, CNC
75 x 83 x 240 cm
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Ralf Sieber. Furniture: Sakura, 2014. Ash, metal sheet, powder coated. 202 x 71,5 x 40 cm; 89 x 134 x 40 cm. Ralf Sieber
Furniture: Sakura, 2014
Ash, metal sheet, powder coated
202 x 71,5 x 40 cm; 89 x 134 x 40 cm
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Tala Yuan. Neckpiece: Gold ist im Sumpf untergegangen, 2014. Silver, brass mesh, paint. 25 x 18 x 3 cm. Tala Yuan
Neckpiece: Gold ist im Sumpf untergegangen, 2014
Silver, brass mesh, paint
25 x 18 x 3 cm
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Katie Collins. Bracelet: The cicada and the rig, 2014. Mild steel, vitreous enamel, sterling silver. 85 x 85 x 1 cm. Katie Collins
Bracelet: The cicada and the rig, 2014
Mild steel, vitreous enamel, sterling silver
85 x 85 x 1 cm
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Karin Gyllerfelt. Brooch: Imprint, 2014. Silver, oil paint. 12 x 7 cm. Karin Gyllerfelt
Brooch: Imprint, 2014
Silver, oil paint
12 x 7 cm
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Jing Yang. Pendant: Ich bin keine Vase, 2014. Brass, cotton band. 15 x 10 x 76 cm. Jing Yang
Pendant: Ich bin keine Vase, 2014
Brass, cotton band
15 x 10 x 76 cm
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Fynn Freyschmidt. Object: Chapeau and Knitshell from teh series On Air, 2014. Pneumatic knits, textile braided tube, ventils, nylon strap, closing buckle. 15 x 22 x 26 cm. Fynn Freyschmidt
Object: Chapeau and Knitshell from teh series On Air, 2014
Pneumatic knits, textile braided tube, ventils, nylon strap, closing buckle
15 x 22 x 26 cm
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Anja Meyer. Object: Untitled, 2014. Petri dish, vlies, core spun yarn. each Ø 11 cm. Anja Meyer
Object: Untitled, 2014
Petri dish, vlies, core spun yarn
each Ø 11 cm
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Ravit Hefer. Textile: Cities and Passion, 2014. Copper Wire, rubber, viskose. 133 x 26 x 3 cm. Ravit Hefer
Textile: Cities and Passion, 2014
Copper Wire, rubber, viskose
133 x 26 x 3 cm
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Hyun Sung Kim. Candlesticks: Forest Candle, 2014. Iron, stainless steel, brass. 29 x 38 x 23 cm. Hyun Sung Kim
Candlesticks: Forest Candle, 2014
Iron, stainless steel, brass
29 x 38 x 23 cm
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