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Kris Vleugels

‘‘Clear communication enforces the impact and value of Caradt’s research.’’

Kris Vleugels is a communications officer at the Expertise Centre Art, Design and Technology (Caradt).

Kris Vleugels studied design at the Design Academy Eindhoven and recently received a master degree in Fine Art and Design at the Master Institute of Visual Cultures in ’s Hertogenbosch. From 2017 till 2020 she worked as a student assistant at Caradt for various communicational projects. Currently, she is temporarily replacing Martje Kuijpers as a communications officer. Kris oversees various websites of the expertise centre, executes different communicational strategies and maintains the social media output. Before obtaining this position at Caradt she worked for a communication office in Maastricht.

Besides this, Kris is currently working as a freelance project coordinator, exhibition and graphic designer for various cultural institutions and artists. Next to that, she also maintains an autonomous art practice in which she investigates the representation of the Dutch-German border beyond the field of graphic design and cartography.

‘People are the product of their relationships with their environment. It’s important to understand how technological developments influence these relationships.’

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‘Our research group investigates the role artists, designers and cultural producers in general can play in developing the aesthetics and poetics of a desirable future.’

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‘The dynamic relationship between humans and living artefacts will continue to evolve reciprocally with mutual care.’

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‘Almost everything I design is based on giving form to the invisible.’

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‘Well beyond their common characterisation as problem-solvers, designers have a role to play in materialising public engagement with collective concern’

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‘As a result of my current research, I ask the students the questions “what is your work” and “what works for you.’

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‘It is through the “not-knowing” that a stimulating and caring environment can be created to confidently share vulnerability.’

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‘Through an interplay of design and research, the apt questions and necessary tools can be discovered and applied to each research project.’

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‘Performance is about engaging with versions of the self, stretching the gaze to see what others see when they look at you.’

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‘Bacteria, Fungi, Humans, all part of the same experiment.’

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‘The essence of the situated, cinematic experience of dance lies in the mental interaction where the public becomes co-author.’

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‘To be able to research something thoroughly, you have to deeply engage, not just look at it from the outside.’

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‘The pleasure of working in the [MI] lab is that microbiological research is carried out from two different approaches.’

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‘I’m interested in how we can implement situated learning within design education.’

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‘Doing research connects my practice with teaching; it strengthens and brings them closer together.’

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‘How can the notion of the ‘script’ be used in a situated design practice? ’

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‘The ultimate goal is to enable people to improve their lives, making them more enjoyable and comfortable.’

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‘Attention during interaction is personal, not a given fact.’

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‘My background in visual art makes me very involved in the content of the expertise centre.’

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‘The most difficult and empowering thing as an artist is to stay honest about my work and me. And I'd like to help my students to get there too.’

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‘I’m looking for methods that take people as a starting point.’

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‘Getting comfortable with ambiguity enables designers to absorb feedback and use it to make better design choices.’

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‘Caradt’s practice-led research aims to empower artists and designers to make a meaningful contribution to society through their projects.’

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‘Exploring and integrating novel perspectives to our everyday through the eyes of fungi.’

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‘I look at the ways in which citizens can play an active role in shaping their cities, and how new media and technology can contribute to this.’

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‘I am eager to explore how unique qualities of ‘living materials’ can transform the way we think, feel and act.’

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‘For me, the iterative design-research process is an exciting journey towards designs that can transform human consciousness.’

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‘Disrupting our contemporary society can be a serious design goal.’

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‘Power, control and chance play an important role in every creative process. I explore this complicated correlation.’

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