Learn Create Produce, [Guernsey], 2015

‘This annual event celebrates the value of emerging creative industries within the wider commercial landscape across the Channel Islands and beyond, through a series of presentations and discussions by international creative speakers who are globally respected in their disciplines.’

Source: Guernsey Chamber of Commerce

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Christos Passas: [Zaha Hadid Architecture]

‘Christos Passas is an Associate Director at one of the most influential and innovative architecture practices in the world, Zaha Hadid Architects. He was the Project Director and Lead Designer for numerous projects and winning competitions worldwide, including most notably the Sterling Prize nominee, the Phaeno Science Centre Wolfsburg. Christos has also led the Design Research Lab unit with Patrik Schumacher at Architectural Association in London, and is a Guest Professor at the DIA (Bauhaus) in Germany where he founded StudioX, a digital design and algorithmic experimentation laboratory.’
Website: www.zaha-hadid.com/

Joachim Sauter [Art+Com]

‘German media artist Joachim Sauter graduated from the academy of fine arts in Berlin. He has focused on digital technologies and how they can be used to express content, form and narration. Fuelled by this interest he founded ART+COM in 1988 together with a collective of artists, designers, scientists and technologists. A true creative pioneer and recipient of the “Golden Lion, Cannes”, and the “D&AD Black Pencil”, his work for clients such as BMW, Deutsche Bank and 02 has both pushed and blurred the boundaries of art and design.’
Website: www.joachimsauter.com/

Projects:
Kinetic rain
Kinetic Sculpture — The Shapes of Things to Come, 2008
Mobility — Reflective Kinematronic II, 2010
Anamorphic Mirror, 2011
Manta Rhei, 2012
River is…, 2012
Symphonie Cinétique — The Poetry of Motion, 2013
Virtual Set Design “The Jew of Malta”, 2002
Duality, 2006

Stefan Sagmeister [Sagmeister & Walsh]

‘From Grammy nominated CD covers for the likes of The Rolling Stones and Lou Reed to the rebranding of the Guggenheim Museum, Stefan Sagmeister’s roster of clients both past and present is nothing short of phenomenal. His New York studio’s painstaking attention to the smallest of details creates work that constantly entertains and enchants audiences around the globe. Sagmeister’s influence on the culture of design over the past decade cannot be overstated.’
Website: www.sagmeisterwalsh.com/

Source: Learn Create Produce 2015
Event sponsored by:The Potting Shed, [Design & Advertising]

 

MikeLearn Create Produce, [Guernsey], 2015

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