Posted on September 23, 2017
Final Mid Year In Review
Wow! It’s been a busy mid year here at SolarActive®, and we still have the last quarter of the year to go!
Jenny Sabin used SolarActive’s® color changing technology to create the effect that she was looking for in her Museum of Modern Art’s Lumen Exhibit, and she won the Young Architects Award for 2017! SolarActive® launched in Europe earlier this year, and brought SolarActive ‘s color changing technology for plastics, inks and threads to unchartered territory. SolarActive® Europe Ltd. has several big name companies eager to expose the unique color changing technology! Artwork by Line Dufour and Romana Londi have gained International recognition.
Let’s take a look at some of the SolarActive® projects in the news:
February 2017 The Museum of Modern Art in NYC made the following announcement: “MoMA selects Jenny Sabin’s Solar Active, knitted structure as a winner of its Young Architects 2017”. This announcement and similar announcements were published in:
Architects Newspaper, February 17, 2917,
similar news was published at: www.itsnicethat.com/news
February 22, 2017,
March 2017, themewinter.com/…/news247/…/21-science-meets-architecture-in-robotically-coven,
September 2017 posting at https://archpaper.com/2017/08/jenny-sabin-stool/#gallery-0-slide-0 we find that Jenny Sabin is selling the designer stools using SolarActive® Thread.
Line Dufour brought Re-Collection using SolarActive® threads to Ontario Canada.. Re-Collection is a series of woven shrouds depicting the face of a young girl or boy, or young woman killed by a sexual predator in Ontario. In contrast to the historically frugal materials, and humble weave structures once used, these cloths are jacquard woven with SolarActive® UV reactive thread weft. This permits each face to be re-animated when exposed to UV light. The exhibition will be at the Art Gallery of Burlington http://artgalleryofburlington.com/, November 16 2017 to January 14 2018. Opening reception November 16 2017.
Painter Romana Londi (b. Rome, Italy) used SolarActive® inks to create beautiful artwork. The paintings darken or lighten in response to the character and intensity of light.
On April 10, 2017 SolarActive® Europe brought color changing technology to the EU. As published on www.toynews-online.biz/news/read/solar as announced at
Stay tuned for more exciting news, incredible new products and apparel brands launching with SolarActive’s color changing technology soon.
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