The first “Maker Faire Ruhr” was hosted by :DASA Working World Exhibition space.
Collective Paper Aesthetics were invited by City2Science to create a public activity for the first “Maker Faire Ruhr”. A Maker Faire is a whole family platform for scientists, designers, educators and everyone who is enthusiastic about learning new skills through participating in hands-on activities.
The first “Maker Faire Ruhr” was hosted by :DASA Working World Exhibition space in the city of Dortmund on 12 + 13 March. :DASA is a family-friendly museum for interactive exhibits on the world of work past, present & future. Among old electric control panel to a flight simulator one could experience and reflect upon the work of more than 60 makers from Europe.
Collective Paper Aesthetics activity was designed to offer a participatory low-tech relief for the visitors; a moment where a whole family can ease and create a hands-on popup space together. No need in special tools or prior knowledge.
Reusing the molecular modular system designed for Polytechnic Museum in Moscow in 2015 with a customised new graphic created a site specific visual effect as a Field Of Blooming Lupine inside the energy hall at :DASA Dortmund.
Collective Paper Aesthetics is a cultural entrepreneurship and design studio based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. In collaboration with museums, science centres, cultural and educational organizations the studio is developing educational toys, hands-on furnishing and participatory pop-up spaces.
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