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Human Connection - Beyond Smart! Craft & Design from Korea

Meeting  /  Munich Jewellery Week - Schmuck - 2017  /  09 Mar 2017
Published: 07.03.2017
Soo Yeon Kim. Chimney and Sidewalk Necklace. © Korea Craft & Design Foundation.
Soo Yeon Kim. Chimney and Sidewalk Necklace. © Korea Craft & Design Foundation

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Intro
For nine days, Munich will become the capital of design: from March 4 to 12, 2017, the 6th Munich Creative Business Week (MCBW) will host around 230 events around the theme of design. Official partner country this year is the Republic of Korea. Throughout the entire duration of the MCBW, the Asian partners invite designers and special publishers to the Goldberg Studios in the heart of Munich, providing exciting insights into the high quality of Korean design and craftsmanship.
HUMAN CONNECTION - BEYOND SMART!
Jewelry Events on March 9, 2017


Roundtable: Digital Jewelry?
Experts in contemporary jewelry from Korea and Germany will discuss global trends in digital jewelry. The live debate will be about innovation and artistry in jewelry using digital technology and materials. Jewelry designers and creators interested in recent trends in digital jewelry are welcome to attend.
Date: March 9, (Thu)
Time: 14:00 – 15:40 h
Place: Studio 2
Moderator: Bog-ki MIN (Professor of Seoul National University)
Panelist: Bo-hyung KOH (Professor of Hanyang University) Dr. Petra Holscher (Oberkonservatorin der Neuen Sammlung) Prof. Christine Lüdeke (Professor of Pforzheim University School of Design) Paul Derrez (Director of RA gallery, Contemporary Jewelry Artist) 
 
 
Collective Dialogue: Tradition and Revolution, from myth to life
The digital revolution is now progressing towards artificial intelligence beyond smart things, which, at the same time, raises a question about the irreplaceable essence of human beings. What would “manual work” mean in the age of automation? Where are art and handicraft oriented to in this century, marked by radical changes? The collaboration project between designers and artisans, which had been in progress for five years in Korea, will serve as a valuable reference for those questioning whether innovation can start from time-honored techniques.
Date: March 9, (Thu)
Time: 10:30 – 12:00 h
Place: Studio 2
Lecture by Bog-ki MIN (Professor of Seoul National University, Jewelry Artist)



Host: Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism
Organizer: Korea Craft & Design Foundation
Curatorial Staff:
Misun RHEEM (Art Director of MCBW 2017 Partnerland Korea)
Jin-ah KIM (Curator of MCBW 2017 Partnerland Korea)
Ja-kyung SHIN (Coordinator of MCBW 2017 Partnerland Korea)
 
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