HAUTNAH
(SKIN CLOSE)

A LOOK BACK AT THE BIOTOPIA FEST 2018


HAUTNAH TOOK PLACE
ON JUNE 16th 2018, 10AM - 9PM
IN AND AROUND HUBERTUSSAAL, NYMPHENBURG PALACE, MUNICH


WHICH FABRIC IS OUR FUTURE MADE OF?
Can you grow ivory or leather? Is spidersilk the material of the future? Can you still distinguish between natural and synthetic?

Under the title "HAUTNAH (SKIN CLOSE)", the 1st BIOTOPIA Fest dedicates itself to the fascinating world of biosciences and materials research at the intersection of fashion and design. On June 16th, it will offer visitors a rich tapestry of activities to explore biomaterials: In participative labs and workshops, with a children's program including quizzes and scavenger hunts through to exhibitions, talks and a fashion show.

Hands-on science together with researchers, designers and entrepreneurs - thank you all for joining us on June 16th!
HAUTNAH TALKS AND PANELS
  • BIOTOPIA - Naturkundemuseum Bayern: Prospects
    With Dr. Auguste von Bayern, Chair of Förderkreis BIOTOPIA e.V.
    Prof. Dr. Michael John Gorman, BIOTOPIA founding director
    Marion Bösker, presenter
  • SKIN CLOSE - The Human Skin
    A talk in German language by
    Prof. Dr. Gerhard Haszprunar,
    General Director of the Bavarian Natural History Collections
  • Spidersilk & Co. - Proteins for high-performance materials
    A talk in German language by
    Dr. Hendrik Bargel,
    Chair of Biomaterials, Bayreuth University
  • Plastics - From being a problem solver to becoming a problem
    A talk in German language by Prof. Dr. Christian Laforsch,
    Chair of Animal Ecology, Bayreuth University
  • Biophilic Design
    Presentation in German language by Dr. Ralph Ammer
    and students of the University of Applied Sciences Munich
  • Wearing against the skin - Utilising algae for textiles and accessories
    Panel in German language with Julia Lohmann, Department of Seaweed e.V.
    Essi Johanna Glomb and Rasa Weber, Blond & Bieber
    Dr. Thassilo Franke, BIOTOPIA, presenter
  • A Material Revolution?
    Panel discussion in English with
    Paola Antonelli, MoMA | Jens Klein, AMSilk | Suzanne Lee, Modern Meadow |
    Maurizio Montalti, Mogu | Prof. Dr. Fiorenzo Omenetto, Silklab, Tufts University |
    Prof. Dr. Michael John Gorman, BIOTOPIA, presenter
  • Fashion Show: La Finta Gardiniera
    with designs by students of the Deutsche Meisterschule für Mode
    with Irene Schoppmeier and Roland Müller-Neumeister, Deutsche Meisterschule für Mode
    with Prof. Dr. Susanne Renner, Munich Botanical Garden

    SPEAKER

    Ralph Ammer
    University of Applied Sciences, Munich
    Paola Antonelli
    Museum of Modern Art, New York
    Hendrik Bargel
    Bayreuth University
    Auguste von Bayern
    Max-Planck-Institue for Ornithology, Seewiesen
    AART VAN BEZOOIJEN, PAULA RACHÉ
    Material Stories, Hamburg
    Marion Bösker
    Literaturhaus, Munich
    Essi Johanna Glomb,
    Rasa Weber
    Blond & Bieber, Berlin
    Michael John Gorman
    Founding Director of BIOTOPIA, Munich
    Gerhard Haszprunar
    Bavarian Natural History Collections
    Jens Klein
    AMSilk, Planegg
    Christian Laforsch
    Bayreuth University
    Suzanne Lee
    Modern Meadow
    Julia Lohmann
    Universität der Bildenden Künste, Hamburg
    Maurizio Montalti
    Officina Corpuscoli |
    Mogu S.r.l.
    Fiorenzo Omenetto
    SILKLAB, TUFTS UNIVERSITY, BOSTON
    Daniel Parnitzke
    University of Applied Sciences (Alumnus), Munich
    Veronica Ranner
    Royal College of Art, London
    Susanne Renner
    Munich Botanical Garden
    Irene Schoppmeier
    German Master School of Fashion, Munich
    Regina Schröter
    University of Applied Sciences (Alumna), Munich
    AND MANY MORE
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