1. 12 Shoes for 12 Lovers

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    E se um sapato pudesse ser uma conexão amorosa com alguém? Inspirados em ex-amores, Melissa + Sebastian Errazuriz criam a coleção 12 Shoes for 12 Lovers. Produção: http://www.transainc.com Direção Criativa: Marco Chaparro e Tomás Bello Roteiro: Marilia Pozzobom e Tomás Bello Direção de Cena: Pepe Mendina Câmera: Guilherme Lessa Montagem e Finalização de Cor: Lucas Tergolina Som direto: Ilan Trilha Sonora e Mixagem: Gogó Conteúdo Sonoro

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    • 'a pause in the city that never sleeps' by sebastian errazuriz

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      sebastian errazuriz responds to the continuous blitz of imagery in times square with a site specific video installation which sees the artist contrasting the rush and buzz of the new york city landmark with an extremely slow-paced black and white moving image, depicting himself looking around and yawning multiple times throughout the 3-minute duration of the video -- no camera movements, no editing cuts and no motion graphics. see the original article on designboom here: http://www.designboom.com/art/sebastian-errazuriz-yawning-times-square-01-12-2015/

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      • 'a pause in the city that never sleeps' by sebastian errazuriz

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        sebastian errazuriz responds to the continuous blitz of imagery in times square with a site specific video installation which sees the artist contrasting the rush and buzz of the new york city landmark with an extremely slow-paced black and white moving image, depicting himself looking around and yawning multiple times throughout the 3-minute duration of the video -- no camera movements, no editing cuts and no motion graphics. see the original article on designboom here: http://www.designboom.com/art/sebastian-errazuriz-yawning-times-square-01-12-2015/

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        • 'a pause in the city that never sleeps' by sebastian errazuriz

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          sebastian errazuriz responds to the continuous blitz of imagery in times square with a site specific video installation which sees the artist contrasting the rush and buzz of the new york city landmark with an extremely slow-paced black and white moving image, depicting himself looking around and yawning multiple times throughout the 3-minute duration of the video -- no camera movements, no editing cuts and no motion graphics. see the original article on designboom here: http://www.designboom.com/art/sebastian-errazuriz-yawning-times-square-01-12-2015/

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          • Look Again: Hall of Architecture Installation

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            In his first solo museum exhibition, the multi-faceted designer and artist Sebastian Errazuriz challenges audiences with work that is lyrical, macabre, bizarre, and eloquent. This time-lapse video chronicles the hard work of CMOA's Art Preparation and Installation team as they worked to install several pieces, including a hanging piano, in the museum's Hall of Architecture.

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            • Samurai Cabinet by Sebastian Errazuriz

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              See more architecture and design movies at dezeen.com/movies New York artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz has used almost 400 lacquered maple spokes to create a cabinet resembling traditional Japanese armour. The spokes that cover the front of Sebastian Errazuriz's Samurai Cabinet are angled and pivoted so that sliding a finger down the corner of the cabinet flips each one open in turn, revealing the glass shelves inside. The cabinet's spikey exterior is intended to evoke a sense of protecting what's inside. Rather than a natural defence mechanism, the design references Japanese Samurai armour. "Ihave some memories of beautiful museum Japanese Samurai armours burnt into my head that often appear in my sketches," Errazuriz told Dezeen. "The multiple movable layers of black leather are both aesthetically fascinating and inspiring to me. "The two outward pointing spikes of the helmet have always seemed odd yet very attractive," he continued. "I wanted the cabinet to offer an old feeling that could include some sense of Asian aesthetic and have the different shapes feel like waves of fabric or hundreds of arrows." Standing 181 centimetres high, 55 centimetres wide and 44 centimetres deep, the Samurai Cabinet was fabricated at Errazuriz's in-house workshop from lacquered maple, chosen for its lightness, stability and relative freedom from knots. The cabinet is a continuation of Errazuriz's use of furniture as a medium for art exploring spikes and movement, with previous examples including his Magistral Cabinet, Piano Shelf and Porcupine Cabinet. "For the Samurai Cabinet we tripled the number of spokes of the previous Porcupine Cabinet and on this occasion focused on adding the possibility of allowing the cabinet to be opened effortlessly by simply swiping a finger down its edge," he said. "The keels follow the movement of the finger and open in a really beautiful organic flowing way that is very satisfying for the user." The designer previously 3D-printed 12 shoes to represent 12 of his lovers, which he presented at Design Miami last year.

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              • Samurai Cabinet by Sebastian Errazuriz

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                Some 400 individually movable keels construct a flexible skin on the Samurai Cabinet by Sebastian Errazuriz. More at http://mocoloco.com/archives/030029.php

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                • The Giant Golden Piñata

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                  Sebastian Errazuriz presents The Giant Golden Piñata - See more at: http://www.wanteddesignnyc.com/industrycity/#sthash.f6DoSLQX.dpuf #nyc #cashcow #goldenpinata #gold #sebastianerrazuriz music: "James Brown d'funk (Lets go, Bounce)" by texasradiofish 2010 - Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial (3.0)

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                  • THE ORCHESTRA by Sebastian Errazuriz

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                    THE ORCHESTRA Sebastian Errazuriz 2012, Santiago. A temporary theater was staged in a small alley in Santiago, Chile. A professional orchestra stood in silence without moving until a passerby decides to go up to the podium and direct them. The orchestra would play when directed and as directed following the instructions of each new improvised conductor. The neighbors on the street and surrounding apartment balconies followed the experience delighted as if they where at a box in a real theater. The project took place at the same time as the Chilean Educational reform was being discussed in the senate in an attempt to pass a bill that secured free education for everyone. The orchestra performance was highly covered by the media and engaged in the political debate, insisting on the democratic access to culture for everyone. Sebastian Errazuriz was named "Juan Sebastian" in honor of Bach the composer. The artist grew up watching his father listen to the radio while directing imaginary orchestras and was consequently always interested in creating a project that could approach the experience of classical music to everyone. Sebastian worked closely with the orchestra developing a series of signals that could later be easily used by non musicians to feel they where part of the conducting experience.

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                    • Sebastian Errazuriz – Sneaky Previews

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                      In order to understand the cross-genre works of the New York-based artist Sebastian Errazuriz, take a glimpse into his Brooklyn studio. A piano spontaneously hangs from the the ceiling intermingling with Jesus sculptures on the wall. Errazuriz’s interest towards the fusion of functionality and artistic freedom spurs him to explain the world in new creative spheres. Leading up to the launch of the artist's first monograph The Journey of Sebastian Errazuriz and his solo show at Rove Gallery at this year’s London Design Festival, Gestalten.tv has a special feature on the Chilean artist. He reveals the secrets to his international success, his insatiable aspiration for persistent creativity and the challenges he faces while pushing his oeuvre to the next level. Book Launch and Exhibition, September 19 - 23 Kenny Schachter’s Rove Gallery, Lincoln House, 33-34 Hoxton Square http://news.gestalten.com/news/sebastian-errazuriz-london The book http://shop.gestalten.com/sebastian-errazuriz.html More videos on www.gestalten.tv

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