TThe NYUAD Art Gallery invites you to create Halloween inspired wearable technology.
Participants will learn how to sew conductive threads and make LED patterns on black masks just in time for Halloween!
Khulood Alawadi, a Dubai native, is an industrial designer and the Assistant Manager of Advanced Manufacturing at NYU Abu Dhabi. She received her Bachelor of Industrial Design in 2012 and has since worked to create a bridge between design and scientific research. Khulood’s interdisciplinary focus aims to make design, digital media and advanced manufacturing technologies an integral part of the scientific research and laboratories at NYU Abu Dhabi.
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION: Invisible Threads: Technology and its Discontents
George Korres was born and raised in Athens, Greece. He studied Applied Mathematics in the School of Science & Engineering at the University of Crete. He was involved for several years with the development of educational software and hardware regarding educational robotics. The last three years he have also dealt with industrial automation (mainly in the field of recycling industry). His research interests focus on development of new sensors and actuators as well as the use of these in human computer interaction.
A mid-career retrospective of the renowned, award-winning artist duo Sandi Hilal and Alessandro Petti explores how our understanding of the “Permanent Temporariness” of our environment, shapes our experience.
The NYUAD Art Gallery invites you to a screening of short films, followed by curator-led tours of "Permanent Temporariness". Films include "Irregulars" by Fabio Palmieri and 'Measures of Uncertainty" by Jawad Al Malhi, and others. Suhoor will be served at the Art Gallery.
"Symphoniae" is an exhibition of Elizabeth Dorazio’s recent which works evoke a kind of permanent movement that arises from their cohesive and vibrant parts and the dynamic interactions between them.