Reference Projects

As part of my design research I check what projects are made about (in)equality, paper, feminism, flowers and subjects alike. 

Links are included to the artists’ socials.

Sarah Illenberg


Skeletons made from various plastic dishes and cutlery.

I can appreciate the clean forms and materials used, however I feel it is a missed opportunity not to use sea waste for the shapes. 

Anne Wenzel

Under Construction (My Pussy My Rules)

I like the symbolism of the sculptures that are traditionally reserved for important men only and the scare like carved phrases.

Kim Rose Art

I wish I made this. I did a similar project but did not feel I could proceed with the same approach as it was already beautifully executed by Kim Rose Art.

Pink Series NFT – Themis – an evolving NFT that shows the inequality of the sexes on a global scale.

Themis is a display of pink and red inks. If we regress, Themis becomes more red. As we progress, Themis becomes more pink and orange. Once the world reaches 95-100% equality, Themis turns to beautiful waves of gold. The unfortunate reality is that we may never see Themis turn pure gold in our lifetime.

Themis is connected to live data showing objective and measurable benchmarks for global progress toward gender equality. The data is pulled from @worldbank 

Sarah Meyohas

Looking at flower projects I came across this digital version. I like how digital learning is used for unique petals.

For her project Cloud of Petals, she staged a performance at the site of the former Bell Labs. Sixteen workers photographed 100,000 individual rose petals, compiling a massive dataset. This information was used to map out an artificial intelligence algorithm that learned to generate new, unique petals forever.

Joost van de Brug

This work I like less. I appreciate the aesthetics but nothing more. 

Work E-XI from the series Exhilarating

Individual mono-types on handmade paper cards, steel pins.

Now on view at Martena Museum
December: Martena museum, NL
January: Cultureel centrum Maasmechelen, BE

Koert van Mensvoort

Data Fountain

This fountain is connected to money currency rates on the internet.

I like the visualisation of data. Visually it comes across a little more like a prototype. 

Studio Severin

Flowers in decay timelapse

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