NGV - Triennale di Milano, 2017
Notes, References and External Links1. Ore Streams. The website www.orestreams.com collects all the research outcomes and compiles an archive of documents, videos, books, and articles on the topic.
2. NGV. The National Gallery of Victoria, popularly known as the NGV, is an art museum in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Founded in 1861, it is Australia's oldest, largest, and most visited art museum.
3. The NGV Triennial 2017 explores cutting edge technologies, architecture, animation, performance, film, painting, drawing, fashion design, tapestry and sculpture.
4. Broken Nature is the thematic exhibition from which the XXII International Exhibition takes its name. The thematic exhibition is an in – depth exploration of the strands that connect humans to the natural environment that have been intensely compromised, if not entirely severed, over the years. Curated by Paola Antonelli.
5. Giustini / Stagetti was founded in Rome in 2009 by Roberto Giustini and Stefano Stagetti. The gallery specializes in both twentieth century Italian design and in International contemporary design.
– The Triennale di Milano is a design and art museum in the Parco Sempione in Milan, in Lombardy in northern Italy. It is housed in the Palazzo dell'Arte, which was designed by Giovanni Muzio and built between 1931 and 1933.
– NGV Triennial film. For NGV Triennial, Amsterdam-based Studio Formafantasma presents Ore Streams, an ambitious investigation into the recycling of precious electronic waste offering an insight into how design can be an invaluable agent for change.
– Broken Nature portrait. Ore Streams, by design duo Formafantasma, is one of the four directly commissioned works featured in the XXII Triennale di Milano, Broken Nature. Grappling with the issue of e – waste recycling.
– Electa. The 'Broken Nature' catalogue is published in partnership with Electa.
– Radical Kitchen film. Building on the Radical Kitchen: recipes for Building Community and Creating Change program launched in 2017, Serpentine presented a second season of its lunchtime gatherings in the Serpentine Pavilion, designed by Frida Escobedo. On Thursday 12 July, design duo Formafantasma discussed gold and recycling technological objects with design critic and writer Alice Rawsthorn.
ContributorsCONCEPT, DESIGN Andrea Trimarchi, Simone Farresin
DESIGN DEVELOPMENT Jeroen Van Der Gruiter
RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT Johanna Seelemann, Nicolas Verschaeve
FILMING Johanna Seelemann, Nicolas Verschaeve
VOICEOVER Claire Bocking, Miriam Yang
TEXT EDITING Tamar Shafrir
ANIMATION, VIDEO EDITING AND RENDERINGS Martin Gaillard
GENERAL ASSISTANT Simon Ballen Botero
WEBSITE DESIGN Koehorst in ’t Veld with Benjamin Sporken
WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT New Design Vision, Davide Giorgetta
PHOTO CREDIT Ikon
LiteratureBroken Nature, Broken Nature portrait #1: Formafantasma – Ore Streams
Digicult, Following Ore Streams: An Exploration of E-Waste system. Interview with Formafantasma
The New York Times, The End Is Nigh. Can Design Save Us?
Domus, In Melbourne, electronic waste according to Studio Formafantasma
Dezeen, Formafantasma explores "above-ground mining" with Ore Streams office furniture
Frieze, One Take: Studio Formafantasma's Ore Streams
Fast Company, How design led to overconsumption – and how it can help stop it
Wallpaper*, Formafantasma creates a furniture collection from technology scraps
Designboom, Formafantasma uses electronic waste to create office furniture concepts
Stylepark, Treasure in scrap
NGV Triennale, NGV Triennial | Formafantasma
Mousse Magazine, Design, Reset: Studio Formafantasma
Numero, Formafantasma, the duo that is reinventing design
The Tree Mag, Ore Streams raccontato dai designer di Formafantasma
Thursday Night, Thursday Night Live! Report: Design Dialogues, Ore Streams with Formafantasma
MacGuffin Magazine, Mining above Ground
Metropolis Mag, Ore-Streams – Simone Farresin and Andrea Trimarchi of Formafantasma
Fortune Magazine, Brainstorm Design 2019: I, You, And It I Fortune
Triennale Milano, Broken Nature Special Commissions
Columbia GSAPP, Ore Streams
Progress Audi, Design is once again shaking the world
Financial Times, Meet the designers turning electronic waste into elegant furniture
Leibal, Ore Streams by Formafantasma
Frizzifrizzi, Formafantasma: di design, utopia e altre sciocchezze
TL mag, Formafantasma – Reinterpreting the Past to Revitalize the Present
E-flux, Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival
Living Corriere, Collezione Ore Streams by Formafantasma: Mobile
Il Globo, ‘Ore streams’: Italian duo Studio Formafantasma represent the Netherlands at the NGV Triennial
Experimenta, Formafantasma transforma residuos electrónicos en mobiliario de oficina
Flash Art, L’indissolubile Interconnessione tra le Specie: Formafantasma
De Standaard, De Smaakmakers van Milaan Studio Formafantasma
ABC, Ore Streams and electronic waste
C41, Formafantasma for Broken Nature: design takes on human survival
ICON, Broken Nature: The Triennale exhibition about designing for our species’ survival
Klatmagazine, Paola Antonelli, Design e sopravvivenza
Domus, Formafantasma: “We let the material dictate the final result”
NEO2, Hacia un diseño regenerador. Broken Nature
Mousse Magazine, “Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival” at XXII Triennale di Milano, Milan
Indesign Live, Design For Survival Or Legacy? ‘Broken Nature’ Exhibition Seeks Ingenuity Amidst Hard Truths
Elle, "Il design ci salverà", ma solo se design ricostituente
Moma, Formafantasmaest. 2009
Metropolis Mag, Paola Antonelli’s Milan Triennale Seeks to Restore Humanity’s Fractured Links with Nature
Metropolis Mag, Humans Must Be Displaced From the Center of Design
Flash Art, Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival XXII Triennale / Milan
Living Corriere, Broken Nature alla Triennale di Milano
Flash Art, Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival Triennale / Milano
Wallpaper*, A new iteration of ‘Broken Nature’ makes its way to MoMA in New York
Radical Kitchen, Radical Kitchen 2018: Gold: Formafantasma in conversation with Alice Rawsthorn
Walker, Scaling Up: Formafantasma