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LIT Linz in Textile

Textile Designer CollectiveLinz, Austria
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LIT Linz in Textile

Textile Designer CollectiveLinz, Austria
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LiT (Linz in Textiles) is a collective of students representing the course textile.art.design from the University of Art and Design Linz in Austria. We strive to display a variety of works emboding the diverse spectrum that our course offers. We are taught textile techniques like digital print, screen print and weaving. As opposed to focusing on one specific technique, we as students, from the beginning of our studies, have the possibility to work within the full range of classes available. Each student chooses their own path in selecting courses working in both, the artistic and the design aspect of the textile medium.
Projects
  • @NEWDESIGNERSa small preview of our students working hard on their group project for NEWDESIGNERS LONDON 2019
  • MAZE | Julia Moserpresented at HOK studios Linz 2016 exhibited at Première Vision Paris 2017 exhibited at New Designers London 2018 My bachelor project entitled "MAZE. Possibilities in laser engraving of textiles" is dealing with well-directed burning of textile surfaces. This can be achieved by means of laser technique. Textile engraving enables colour and surface changes of textiles and various other materials. Within an inquiring approach my project depicts the diversity of this technique, which provides diff
  • DESIGNS | Eva-Christine-Obernberger
  • PRINTED PATTERN | Mirijam Matthiasprinted pattern, white green yellow on cotton for interior surfaces
  • WEIGHTLESS ROCKS | Pia Pollemsweightless rocks which are hugged by ropes. For me it symbolizes an ongoing struggle between the longing to let everything go and go see the world and the wish to remain for longer at this exact moment and place and be in safety
  • LIT @ NEW DESIGNERS 2019This year again the students of textile.art.design have been invited to exhibit at NEW DESIGNERS LONDON, an event connecting design students with businesses and enabling new connections within the industry LIT (Linz in Textiles) is a collective of students representing the course textile.art.design from the University of Art and Design Linz in Austria. We strive to display a variety of works embodying the diverse spectrum that our course offers. We are taught textile techniques like digital pri
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Projects credited in
  • New Designers New LookIn response to the fresh ideas and innovation fuelling this year’s show, New Designers launches a bold new visual identity created by its recently commissioned agency, Village Green. This updated branding is inspired by and reflective of the breadth and substance of the exhibitors’ fresh thinking and original design talent. Meet the Next Generation - Press Release Design Week Article
  • PREMIERE VISION 2018Exhibiting my textile design patterns at Prermière Vision Paris in february 2018 as part of our student design collective LIT as well as being on the organizational team for the exhibit and attending the fair in Paris.
Work history
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    FairNew Designers London
     - London, United KingdomFreelance
    This year we're going to take part at New Designers London. See you there!
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    Textile FairPremière Vision Paris
     - Paris, FranceFreelance
    Every year we take part at the INDIGO section of Première Vision Paris.
Skills
  • Print Design
  • Hand Weaving
  • Silkscreen Printing
  • Analogue Drawing
  • Paper Craft
  • Latex
  • Photography
  • Painting
  • Surface Design
  • Mixed Media
Education
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    TextilesUniversity of Art and Design Linz
    Linz, Austria
    The course textile.art.design understands textiles as a means of communication and a medium for identity-building. It offers training in textile techniques, textile design and freelance art. Fundamental knowledge of material and processing techniques, that are essential for work in both freelance art and industry, are imparted in depth. The partly project-oriented organisation of the curriculum promotes the work with and analysis of textile phenomena in art and everyday culture. A focus is laying on textile artefacts, textiles in space, on stage or in performances as well as on fashion, textile and interieur design. Great importance is attached to experimentation in order to let students acquire their own œuvre. The programme aims to convey the ability to implement artistic concepts and bring them to the next level.
Awards
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    3rd Prize in Category TIME OUTIdott competition
    Maria Stockhammer was our winning student at the annual i-dott competition.
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    2nd Prize in Category OLD MASTERSIdott competition
    Petra Schneider was our winning student at the annual i-dott competition.
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