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{ Computational Rangoli }

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{ Computational Rangoli }

Time: May 4, 2020 at 6pm to June 5, 2020 at 9pm
Location: Lower Parel,Mumbai,India
City/Town: Mumbai
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Phone: +91 9833530389
Event Type: workshop, rhino3d, grasshopper3d, computational design, rangoli, summer course
Organized By: Pixelkar,Mutation lab
Latest Activity: Apr 25, 2020

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Event Description

{ Aim }
Train Participants to Computationally Design as well as Fabricate the Ideas, While Exploring Rangoli Art Form in Parametric Software.

{ Agenda }
The Aim of this Five week Short Course is to give Intermediate
Insight of Computational Design Strategies
While Exploring Rangoli Art form in 2 Dimension and 3Dimesion in which Participants will not only be trained to Digitally Design using Parametric software's
but they will also be trained to Fabricate them
in reality.

This Course will be explored in manner where Participants will understand inter-dependency of Rhinoceros3D & Grasshoper3D through a unique Hybrid Teaching Method While Exploring Rangoli Geometry .

The course will also take participants through Topics
such as
- Computational Thinking,
- Computational / Parametric Design,
- Computational Rangoli Exploration,
- Digital Fabrication,
- 3D Visualization ( Rhino3D 6),
- Making Info-graphics & Design Diagrams ( Rhino3d 6 ).

Participants will also be doing a Project at the last
Leg of Workshop in which they will implement the skill they gained in first Few Weeks.

{ Tutor }
Nitant Pixelkar
(Computational Artist / Designer, Mumbai)

Nitant Hirlekar A.k.a. Pixelkar, is a Computational
Artist. He graduated from Rachana Sansad school of Interior Design 2011, Mumbai. In Academics He Bagged Two Gold and One Silver Medal on National Level.

In his post academic days, he came across the Emerging Computational Techniques in Design industry in which Algorithm serves as a main Functional part. He uses Algorithms to Deconstruct the Captured images in Pixelated form using the Grid of the Desired Indian Art Forms.

He Heads Collective Group Named "Mutation Lab” which is a multidisciplinary Design & Art Cell. Where they Explore Computational Approach while Designing Various Scales Spatial Installation, Digital Fabrication, Interactive Installations and Computational Consultancy for Various Architects.

He has exhibited his first artwork in Kalaghoda Arts Festival for in 2014 And further in 2016 and 2017.In 2015 he exhibited in Dharavi Biennale” organized by Wellcome Trust,London & Sneha Organisation, Mumbai Which was internationally acclaimed. In 2016 he got Featured on a TV show - The Creative Indian's as an Absolut Creative Indian of the Week.

Academically he is been involved in Many Computational Design Workshops / Elective Studios for School of Interior Design (Rachna Sansad), LS Raheja College of Architecture & Rat-Lab (Delhi).

{ Participants }
The Course is aimed at Architecture, Interior Design,
Product Design,Furniture Design & Fashion Design Students and Professionals.
However we would be thrilled to have any Interdisciplinary Artist / Creator/ Maker to join the Course as well.

{ Level }


{ Timing }
Monday To Friday - 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
(15 Hours/ Week = 5 Week X 15 Hours = 75 Hours )

{ Dates }
Registration Ends - 24th April 2020
**Subejct to Availablity

{ Workshop Dates }
4th May 2020 To 5th June 2020

{ Venue }
Lower Parel,Mumbai
( Details To Be Announced )

{ Schedule }

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