PRACTICE-BASED RESEARCH PROJECT D3VERO
Accademia di Belle Arti di Verona
PROJECT LEADERS ACCADEMIA DI BELLE ARTI DI VERONA
prof. Sergio Breviario, prof.ssa Katia Gasparini
PROJECT TEAM ACCADEMIA DI BELLE ARTI DI VERONA
Marco Chemello, Benedetta Corporente, Marta Ferretti, Alessandro Galletti, Irene Mozzo, Francesco Ronzon, Daniele Salvalai, Giulia Zampieri
IN THE CONTEXT OF
D3VeRo - La stampa 3D nel settore del Vetro artistico per Rilanciare ed innOvare la filiera produttiva
A PROJECT BY
Accademia di Belle Arti di Verona, Università Ca' Foscari Venezia, Università Degli Studi Di Verona, Università Degli Studi Di Padova, Coop. Services S.C.R.L, Desamanera S.R.L, Dataveneta Computers S.R.L., Lavai S.R.L., Foscarini S.P.A, Barovier & Toso Vetrerie Artistiche Riunite S.R.L.
PROJECT REALIZED WITH THE FINANCIAL SUPPORT
POR-FESR Fondo Europeo di Sviluppo Regionale 2014-2020
Asse 1 - Ricerca Sviluppo tecnologico e innovazione
Azione 1.1.4 - Sostegno a progetti di ricerca e sviluppo realizzati dalle reti innovative regionali e dai distretti industriali
The new practice-based research project D3VeRo explores the innovation potential of new technologies in the Murano glass sector by offering design and visual arts professionals a critical framework and material resources to focus on specific research, development and project topics.
The project responds to recent changes in the industry's production processes due to increasingly competitive markets and the global health emergency.
As part of this change, the single research areas are coming together in new spaces of confrontation and collaboration, such as online networks and digital knowledge transfer, with the aim of proposing innovative solutions able to renew the Murano glass supply chain.
The D3VeRo research platform is part of this framework and involves different enabling technologies within the smart specializations "Smart Manufacturing" and "Creative Industries", as well as leading exponents in the field of research and industrial implementation. Bringing together artistic research, traditional craftsmanship, additive technologies and materials engineering applied to the molds used in glass fusion, it experiments with new production processes to increase the freedom and flexibility of production in terms of size and expressive possibilities.
The project offers a proactive environment to reflect critically on the significant changes affecting the Murano glass industry, to discuss and develop research by experimenting with the use of emerging technologies, and to reflect on and transform participants’ own positions as producers, project managers, artists, designers and more generally as bearers and agents of economic, political and aesthetic developments.
Thanks to an interdisciplinary approach based on the association of two fields, that of research on creative languages and that of new technologies for materials, glass is the starting point of the project. A necessary resource to investigate both the practical knowledge and the role of its culture in understanding, representing and reflecting on society and its profound contemporary transformations.
CALL expired / Go to the call for 4 artists and designers
The project is open to Italian or foreign artists up to 35 years of age at the time of application who possess one of the following qualifications in the field of visual arts or design:
– 1st level diploma or three-year degree
– Diploma or Degree according to the regulations prior to Ministerial Decree 509/99 – Level 2 Diploma or Master's Degree
Those who will obtain the qualification required for admission by 1 October 2021 may also apply.
The selected candidates will enter into a 15-month contract of independent collaboration for a gross all-inclusive remuneration of €18,000.00.
Deadline for submission of applications: October 2, 2021
Project Fact Sheet