MIKAELA STEBY STENFALK

- visual designer, architect & curator.

 

COPY COLLECTION - ongoing research into the life of reproductions online, COLLECTIVE COLLECTION: SISTINE CHAPEL - what we actually see through social media, COLLECTIVE COLLECTION: MONA LISA - visual communication thesis on collective memory of space, BOXEN - a platform for fast-changing, experimental exhibitions at ArkDes in Stockholm, MODELLARKIVET - inaugurating show in Boxen, SUPER-MAKER - research project exploring the possibilities of elevated printing with Canon and Design Academy Eindhoven, FOOTBALL.CITY - a research into urban spaces through the eyes of Google Maps, EXHIBITION + EDUCATION - architecture thesis on two pedagogic institutions.

 

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SUPER-MAKER

- research project exploring the possibilities of elevated printing with Canon and Design Academy Eindhoven.

 

The research project, led by Karianne Rygh, was focusing on how the creative industries can collaborate with technology companies in identifying new markets and applications for new technology. While my main task, as a Design Research Assistant, was to conduct experiments with this new technology, following the course of the research.

 

What started out with testing different sorts of (architectural) material to print on, ended up in Japanese folding techniques, game developing, and finally moire effects.

 

A couple of months into the project, I was asked to join Océ Canon to further explore the possibilities of elevated printing within advertising, which I continued working with next to my studies for a about 6 months.

 

The original project was exhibited at Design Academy Eindhoven during Dutch Design Week 2014, and the publication was released during Dutch Design Week 2015.

 

Supervisor: Karianne Rygh

All Rights Reserved © copyright Mikaela Steby Stenfalk. Do not use, edit or copy any of my projects without consent.

 

SUPER-MAKER

- research project exploring the possibilities of elevated printing with Canon and Design Academy Eindhoven.

 

The research project, led by Karianne Rygh, was focusing on how the creative industries can collaborate with technology companies in identifying new markets and applications for new technology. While my main task, as a Design Research Assistant, was to conduct experiments with this new technology, following the course of the research.

 

What started out with testing different sorts of (architectural) material to print on, ended up in Japanese folding techniques, game developing, and finally moire effects.

 

A couple of months into the project, I was asked to join Océ Canon to further explore the possibilities of elevated printing within advertising, which I continued working with next to my studies for a about 6 months.

 

The original project was exhibited at Design Academy Eindhoven during Dutch Design Week 2014, and the publication was released during Dutch Design Week 2015.

 

Supervisor: Karianne Rygh

 

All Rights Reserved © copyright Mikaela Steby Stenfalk. Do not use, edit or copy any of my projects without consent.