Where most robots are just serving people, Annelies is someone who has to be served herself: she sits sadly in a corner, and when you try to comfort her, she will look back with a face full of tears. We followed the sisters in their creative process, and they talked about the ideas behind their project. Unlike most exhibitions during DDW, Robot Love is still on show and can be visited at the new Campina Area in Eindhoven until the 2nd of December.
The twin sisters Liesbeth and Angelique Raeven, who together form the artist duo L.A. Raeven, have got themselves a robot clone. So a third sister, actually. Her name is Annelies, and you could meet her at the exhibition Robot Love during Dutch Design Week (DDW).
DDW talks '19 Spatial Interior
How will we live in 2040?
Last Dutch Design Week (DDW), we joined forces with our partners to organise DDW talks, a new curated talks programme. Together with key figures from the field of design and beyond, we explored a diversity of design disciplines, discussed current affairs, reflected on the past and looked towards the future. On Tuesday 22 October, we teamed up with Frame and Leolux to organise ‘DDW Talks: Future Living'.
Dutch Design Week DDW19 Industrial Technology Mobility
Dutch Design Week (DDW) offers projects from the entire spectrum of design in over 100 different locations. Three locations curated by DDW are Klokgebouw, VEEM, and Ketelhuisplein. Klokgebouw is primarily focused on technology and innovation. This year, we experience Klokgebouw through the eyes of art director Bas van Tol.