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Prototyping: Making Ideas

August 26, 2011

An exhibition at Adelaide’s Jam Factory, showcasing the prototyping skills of some of Australia’s most exciting design talents.

A new exhibition at the Jam Factory in Adelaide will offer visitors an insight into the processes and stories behind the design and development of a successful product.

The exhibition will showcase the prototyping skills of some of Australia’s most exciting design talents – charting the journey of some of their most successful projects from idea to sketch, prototype and final product.

The exhibition aims to illustrate the vital role the prototyping process plays in testing and refining a product for market. Through the development of prototypes, the hands-on skills of designer/makers and the relationships between designers and artisans will be highlighted.

Prototyping: Making Ideas features the work of *Daniel.Emma*, *Adam Goodrum*, *illumini* (Mandi King and Karen Cunningham), *Trent Jansen*, *Koskela*, *Simone LeAmon*, *Rohan Nicol*, *John Quan*, *Elliat Rich*, *Bjorn Rust*, *Andrew Simpson* and *Oliver Smith* and is curated by Margaret Hancock Davis.

*Where* Gallery One, Jam Factory, 19 Morphett Street, Adelaide SA 5000
*When* 3 September-23 October 2011.
*Opening night* Friday 2 September from 6pm

["www.jamfactory.com.au":http://www.jamfactory.com.au/]

*Image* Adam Goodrum, prototype for Chatterbox ceramic table

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