Central Station, Channel 4 and ISO present Shadow Screen with Paul Kerlaff.
Open to all!
Submissions are welcome by creatives of all disciplines for a piece of work which can be interpreted as a design pattern for With Kerlaff’s Shaddow Screen.
A shortlist of ten entrants will be selected for review by an invited panel. We are aiming to promote critical engagement, feedback and positive value for participants.
One design will be chosen for prototyping and will recieve a cash prize of £500, but a licence agreement may be offered to any number of the shortlisted entrants.
What is Shadow Screen?
Shadow Screens are sheets of rubber or aluminium. They are water jet or laser cut using patterns designed by leading textile artists. The Shadow Screens are used as freestanding room dividers, hanging panels and window panels in a variety of architectural and interior design projects.
Any patterns used remain the Intellectual Property of the artists and a percentage royalty is paid through a licence agreement with Paul Kerlaff. Current designers include Timorous Beasties and Jacqueline Poncelet.
Be as creative as you like. Although the pattern range to date has been photograms of natural forms (maple leaves, flowers, birds) we are keen to see what else could work with the model. The sky’s the limit.
Join the Shadow Screen with Paul Kerlaff group, then send your submission to the Censta dropbox. Don’t forget to let us know your Censta username.
Entries should be submitted in black and white and should be suitable for cutting from sheet material.
Patterns should be suitable for cropping to any proportion.
Please submit in the following format:
176mm high x 68mm wide
300dpi, RGB colour format
Maximum file size is 2GB.
Paul is keen to offer feedback on entries. If you’d like to receive industry feedback, please state that this when you submit your entry. Please note, any entries that have not requested this feedback will not receive it.
Paul will be writing a selections of blogs so keep an eye out here for any updates, or follow us on twitter to be kept up to date.
Here are some links you might find useful:
“Cutting out the flaws of the competition process” blog by Paul Kerlaff
“Process Makes Perfect” blog by Paul Kerlaff
“Waiter! Social Media for One, Please” blog by Paul Kerlaff