1. Maze // Jasmin Vardimon Company // 2015

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    Buried deep into Margate’s caves, within the Winter Gardens, Maze awaits you. Leave inhibitions behind and immerse yourself in the unknown. Choose the ‘light’ or ‘dark’ path and enter Maze, a foam structure of industrial proportions where the two worlds of dance and visual art collide to create an immersive adventure. Moving through the labyrinth, a feast of multi-sensory moments submerse you into the Maze . Intimate and moving, delightful and uneasy, become observer and participant, as the world of Maze shifts and surprises. Maze is an immersive new performance presented by Jasmin Vardimon Company and Turner Contemporary. Choreographed by critically-acclaimed director Jasmin Vardimon, collaboration with Ron Arad and artist Guy Bar-Amotz. 11-15 April. Margate Winter Gardens margatewintergardens.co.uk/event/maze/

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    • Maze event 11-15 April 2015

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      Buried deep into Margate’s caves, within the Winter Gardens, Maze awaits you. Leave inhibitions behind and immerse yourself in the unknown. Choose the ‘light’ or ‘dark’ path and enter Maze, a foam structure of industrial proportions where the two worlds of dance and visual art collide to create an immersive adventure. Moving through the labyrinth, a feast of multi-sensory moments submerse you into the Maze . Intimate and moving, delightful and uneasy, become observer and participant, as the world of Maze shifts and surprises. Maze is an immersive new performance presented by Jasmin Vardimon Company and Turner Contemporary. Choreographed by critically-acclaimed director Jasmin Vardimon, collaboration with Ron Arad and artist Guy Bar-Amotz. 11-15 April. Margate Winter Gardens Book now >> http://maze-event.org/

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      • Ron Arad's Fiat 500X reveal

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        making of Ron Arad's Fiat 500X sculpture for the Paris Motorshow, directed by jude greenaway

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        • 500 WRAP "COUTURE" - LIGHT DRAWING

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          Paris Motor Show 2014 - a new Fiat 500 Wrap "Couture" video produced by our studio using a live light drawing technique. Concept design: Darko Prolic (Proxima Milano) Direction&Light painting photography: Darko Prolic (Proxima Milano), Max&Douglas

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          • Clerkenwell Design Week is helping London "live up to its design reputation"

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            A host of international designers including Ron Arad, Patricia Urquiola, Barber & Osgerby and the Campana Brothers discuss their involvement in Clerkenwell Design Week 2014 in this collection of highlight's from the festival this year. Read more: http://www.dezeen.com/2014/07/02/movie-clerkenwell-design-week-2014/

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            • Two Nuns Bike for the Royal Academy Summer Show

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              • National Holocaust Monument Ottawa (Competition Entry) Diagramatic Illustration

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                Addressing the challenge and responsibility of creating a public monument which evokes a shared set of experiences relating to the Holocaust and its survivors – experiences which defy abstraction or simplification - is fundamental to our proposal. It must also honour the victims and survivors of events which took place a great distance away from Canadian soil, and which are now reaching the edge of living memory. Shunning direct didactic or symbolic content, our proposal centres on an array of thin walls or foils, 14m in height and 20m in length, spaced 120 centimetres apart from each other – just enough for a visitor to pass through in single file. Passage through the Monument is a shared experience only from a distance, and in retrospect, once others have journeyed through it as well. There are 23 textured, tinted and articulated concrete foils in total, facilitating 22 pathways – one for each country in which Jewish communities were decimated during the Holocaust. Their combined impact, an interplay between robustness and frailty, cohesiveness and fragmentation.

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                • National Holocaust Monument Ottawa (Competition Entry)

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                  Addressing the challenge and responsibility of creating a public monument which evokes a shared set of experiences relating to the Holocaust and its survivors – experiences which defy abstraction or simplification - is fundamental to our proposal. It must also honour the victims and survivors of events which took place a great distance away from Canadian soil, and which are now reaching the edge of living memory. Shunning direct didactic or symbolic content, our proposal centres on an array of thin walls or foils, 14m in height and 20m in length, spaced 120 centimetres apart from each other – just enough for a visitor to pass through in single file. Passage through the Monument is a shared experience only from a distance, and in retrospect, once others have journeyed through it as well. There are 23 textured, tinted and articulated concrete foils in total, facilitating 22 pathways – one for each country in which Jewish communities were decimated during the Holocaust. Their combined impact, an interplay between robustness and frailty, cohesiveness and fragmentation. The narrow passages pull the eyes upwards, through canyon-like undulations which frame the sky above.

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                  • Ron Arad - Last Train, Diacore Diamonds

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                    The Last Train is Ron Arad's response to Diacore's initiative and commission to create a work of art incorporating diamonds. The piece is about the strength of the raw material rather than being seen as a symbol of value and an object of adornment. It is about the way diamonds have often been -since the advent of glass panes in the 16th century- used to etch messages of love, hate, rebellion or even pain The exhibition of the same name in the 55th Venice Biennale, includes works by Francesco Clemente, Anthony Gormley, Christian Marclay, David Shrigley, Cornelia Parker, Richard Wilson, Robert Wilson, Sara Fanelli, Sue Webster and Tim Noble, Leandro Erlich and Gavin Turk, as well as texts by Ron Arad and Francesco Clemente. "I was going to catch the last train from Naples -- I arrived on the platform just as the doors closed. The train lingered a little and I saw that in an empty carriage there was a guy with a ring on his fist, doing the most amazing drawings on the glass. It reminded me of the images of Picasso drawing with a match in the air. Although I didn't know how I would get out of Naples that night, I felt like I was compensated for missing my train by witnessing some beauty that no one else had seen before. These pieces are about this memory." Ron Arad

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                    • Last Train - David Shrigley, Diacore Diamonds

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                      The Last Train is Ron Arad's response to Diacore's initiative and commission to create a work of art incorporating diamonds. The Last Train was created in response to a Diacore initiative and commission to create a work of art incorporating diamonds. The piece is about the strength of the raw material rather than being seen as a symbol of value and an object of adornment. It is about the way diamonds have often been -since the advent of glass panes in the 16th century- used to etch messages of love, hate, rebellion or even pain The exhibition of the same name in the 55th Venice Biennale, includes works by Francesco Clemente, Anthony Gormley, Christian Marclay, David Shrigley, Cornelia Parker, Richard Wilson, Robert Wilson, Sara Fanelli, Sue Webster and Tim Noble, Leandro Erlich and Gavin Turk, as well as texts by Ron Arad and Francesco Clemente. "I was going to catch the last train from Naples -- I arrived on the platform just as the doors closed. The train lingered a little and I saw that in an empty carriage there was a guy with a ring on his fist, doing the most amazing drawings on the glass. It reminded me of the images of Picasso drawing with a match in the air. Although I didn't know how I would get out of Naples that night, I felt like I was compensated for missing my train by witnessing some beauty that no one else had seen before. These pieces are about this memory." Ron Arad

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