David Benqué graduated from Graphic & Typographic design at the Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague (2006), and from Design Interactions at the Royal College of Art, London (2010).
Stories are the way we grasp information and integrate it
within the context of our lives. In a world where science is
progressing at an exponential pace, my practice of design aims to craft
subtle and engaging scenarios at the intersection between science and
society. Using a wide variety of media from three dimensional models to
illustrations and video, and by collaborating with other disciplines,
scientific and artistic, I aim to encourage the public to question and
re-assess their relationships to science and technology.
David will present his work Fabulous Fabbers during the Test_Lab: The Invisible City, on July 8, 2010. The exploration of these 'factories of the future' was developed in collaboration with the 3D-Mintegration research team, who was looking for new ways to use advances in micro-scale engineering.
Fabulous Fabbers by David Benqué (2010) from V2_ on Vimeo.