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Klap Klap Klap: social laboratory

Sat 20 Oct - Sat 27 Oct in The Living Museum by Joes + Manon, Timothy and Living Museum
This event is open for the public.

What is an alternative way of self-expressing? Klap Klap Klap is a social laboratory to experiment with individual stories and unique ways of expression. The collection of conceptual devices in the laboratory enable people to paint without body restrictions and open up conversations between people. Klap Klap Klap contains a mobile portable museum as well. This design empowers the Living Museum to go outside and share their positive story with the world in an expressive, stimulating and tangible manner.For Klap Klap Klap, the designers and artists have let their imagination run wild between design and social needs to contribute to de-stigmatization, creation and facilitating connections.

Visitors of the DDW 2018 can experience the painting tools themselves; they can make art, while listening to intimate audio support.

Both the artists and design collective will be present to explain their personal impression of the special process and meaning of Klap Klap Klap.

Joes + Manon and Studio Timothy Liu

Joes + Manon and Studio Timothy Liu have established a temporal collective, to bridge the gap between social needs and individual wishes. Joes and Manon are educated at the TU/e and Timothy graduated from the DAE. By combining their focus on purpose and design expression, they are able to create beautiful designs with social meaning.

www.joesmanon.nl
www.timothy-liu.com

The Living Museum Eindhoven

For Klap Klap Klap, Joes + Manon and Studio Timothy Liu worked together with the Living Museum. This is a large studio where homeless people, people with a psychological vulnerability and other local residents can explore their creative talents without stigmatization.

Joes + Manon and Studio Timothy Liu have established a temporal collective, to bridge the gap between social needs and individual wishes. Joes and Manon are educated at the TU/e and Timothy graduated from the DAE. By combining their focus on purpose and design expression, they are able to create beautiful designs with social meaning. For Klap Klap Klap, they worked together with the Living Museum. This is a large studio where homeless people, people with a psychological vulnerability and other local residents can explore their creative talents without stigmatization.

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