Jeremyville will be opening his first pop-up studio at The Future design and innovation festival in Dublin next month, giving complete insight to his creative process. Installed over the course of the event, A Trip to Jeremyville will allow visitors to watch the Australian born, New York-based artist draw, paint and create final pieces as well as ask him questions about his work.
The illustrator joins a strong roster of creatives presenting at the design and innovation festival, from Paula Scher and Ilse Crawford to Stefan Sagmeister, Nelly Ben Hayoun, Scott Dadich and Patrick Godfrey.
Taking place across four stages simultaneously, there are a whopping 72 speakers over two days with the event running more as a festival of “art, ideas and creativity”, say the organisers.
On Friday 3 November, the line-up features William Rowe, founder and CEO of Protein; Leila Fataar from Platform 13; Aprova Baxi and Simon Dixon from DixonBaxi; Sean Perkins from North; James Hurst from DesignStudio and Marcus Wendt from Field. The Future Laboratory’s Trevor Hardy will also take to the Future stage, as well as Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara, founders of Grafton Architects.
On the Vision stage, founder of GirlCrew Elva Carri will be talking about her platform connecting women, and Jonny Costello will be sharing his work for Adult Art Club. Over on the Studio stage, It’s Nice That founders Alex Bec and Will Hudson will share insights to their work. Later, Lorna Ross, a pioneering researcher in wearable tech and previously the founder of the Human Wellbeing Group at the MIT Media Lab, will speak about her work at creative agency Fjord.
On Saturday, the Future stage will host Johnny Vulkan, founding partner at Anomaly; and Adrian Newey, chief technical officer of the Red Bull Racing Formula One Team. Berlin-based design and motion graphics studio Pfadfinderei will talk about its diverse output on the Studio stage; and Michael Horsham from Tomato will share the process behind its multimedia work for the likes of MTV and Channel 4.
The Vision stage will feature talks from Technology Will Save Us founders Bethany Koby and Daniel Hirschmann; Renny Ramakers, co-founder of Dutch design studio Droog; and a not-to-be-missed talk from Irish animation director Johnny Kelly.
60×60, an exhibition by Hen’s Teeth showing 60 new prints by 60 Irish artists, will feature work by Laura Callaghan, Johnny Kelly, Lorcan Finnegan, Thérèse Rafter and Niall Sweeney.
At The Village, there will be discussions and debates on topics ranging from the gender gap to curating cities. Importantly, the organisers say that presentations across the festival will not be filmed or shared, “meaning what happens in The Future stays in the rooms and on the stages, but hopefully resonating long after in the minds of those who invest their time, energy and interest in the event”. It is curated by Richard Seabrooke, creative director ModernGreen.
Tickets are available here or via Ticketmaster. Early bird tickets are on sale until Monday 23 October.
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