LEF (Live to Explore the Future b.v.)

Korvelseweg 16, 5025 JH Tilburg
Netherlands

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glasstec 2018 hall map (Unsettled): stand NN

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glasstec 2018 fairground map: Unsettled

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Jan Doms

Phone
+31653535536

Email
jandoms@lefdynamics.nl

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23.10.2018

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Glass disc Malerwanderweg (Painters Trail)

Glasstec presents Jan Doms' award-winning Malerwanderweg
Daily demonstration shows at 11:00, 13:00 and 15:00 hrs in Hall 9 / G 61

The imaginative art project Malerwanderweg (Painters Trail) consists of a large dynamic glass disc with a diameter of 8 meters which is set in motion by a dancer.
Jan Doms designed and constructed this beautiful object of glass as a central part of his new 
multidisciplinary performance Tanzen auf der Malerwanderweg (Dancing on the Painters Trail). 

Recently he received the Bernardine de Neeve Award in the Jan van der Togt Museum (Amsterdam region) for this glass object and his other comprehensive monumental oeuvre in glass.

Especially for the Glasstec Jan Doms and his team created a compact demonstration show that is performed during the Glasstec three times a day: at 11.00, 13.00 and 15.00 hrs. This show with the glass disc does not only include dance, but also sound, music and electronics, which can be heard by means of headphones.

Also in technological terms the artwork is exceptional. The glass parts are made according to SGG STADIP SECURIT 44 with 1.52 SGP edges around. The specially designed steel support structure is made of laser cut steel. In order to enable the movement of the glass disc, use is made of a spherical dubbel layerd lifting bag (∅ 60 cm), made of polyester (tensile strength 7000 N / 5 cm).

This project is supported by the Provincial Culture Investment Fund Brabant C, the Municipality of Tilburg - Culture Alliance, Dance Brabant, the Dutch Embassy Berlin and Glasstec Düsseldorf.

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24.10.2018

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Glass disc Malerwanderweg (Painters Trail)

Glasstec presents Jan Doms' award-winning Malerwanderweg
Daily demonstration shows at 11:00, 13:00 and 15:00 hrs in Hall 9 / G 61

The imaginative art project Malerwanderweg (Painters Trail) consists of a large dynamic glass disc with a diameter of 8 meters which is set in motion by a dancer.
Jan Doms designed and constructed this beautiful object of glass as a central part of his new 
multidisciplinary performance Tanzen auf der Malerwanderweg (Dancing on the Painters Trail). 

Recently he received the Bernardine de Neeve Award in the Jan van der Togt Museum (Amsterdam region) for this glass object and his other comprehensive monumental oeuvre in glass.

Especially for the Glasstec Jan Doms and his team created a compact demonstration show that is performed during the Glasstec three times a day: at 11.00, 13.00 and 15.00 hrs. This show with the glass disc does not only include dance, but also sound, music and electronics, which can be heard by means of headphones.

Also in technological terms the artwork is exceptional. The glass parts are made according to SGG STADIP SECURIT 44 with 1.52 SGP edges around. The specially designed steel support structure is made of laser cut steel. In order to enable the movement of the glass disc, use is made of a spherical dubbel layerd lifting bag (∅ 60 cm), made of polyester (tensile strength 7000 N / 5 cm).

This project is supported by the Provincial Culture Investment Fund Brabant C, the Municipality of Tilburg - Culture Alliance, Dance Brabant, the Dutch Embassy Berlin and Glasstec Düsseldorf.

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25.10.2018

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Glass disc Malerwanderweg (Painters Trail)

Glasstec presents Jan Doms' award-winning Malerwanderweg
Daily demonstration shows at 11:00, 13:00 and 15:00 hrs in Hall 9 / G 61

The imaginative art project Malerwanderweg (Painters Trail) consists of a large dynamic glass disc with a diameter of 8 meters which is set in motion by a dancer.
Jan Doms designed and constructed this beautiful object of glass as a central part of his new 
multidisciplinary performance Tanzen auf der Malerwanderweg (Dancing on the Painters Trail). 

Recently he received the Bernardine de Neeve Award in the Jan van der Togt Museum (Amsterdam region) for this glass object and his other comprehensive monumental oeuvre in glass.

Especially for the Glasstec Jan Doms and his team created a compact demonstration show that is performed during the Glasstec three times a day: at 11.00, 13.00 and 15.00 hrs. This show with the glass disc does not only include dance, but also sound, music and electronics, which can be heard by means of headphones.

Also in technological terms the artwork is exceptional. The glass parts are made according to SGG STADIP SECURIT 44 with 1.52 SGP edges around. The specially designed steel support structure is made of laser cut steel. In order to enable the movement of the glass disc, use is made of a spherical dubbel layerd lifting bag (∅ 60 cm), made of polyester (tensile strength 7000 N / 5 cm).

This project is supported by the Provincial Culture Investment Fund Brabant C, the Municipality of Tilburg - Culture Alliance, Dance Brabant, the Dutch Embassy Berlin and Glasstec Düsseldorf.

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26.10.2018

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Glass disc Malerwanderweg (Painters Trail)

Glasstec presents Jan Doms' award-winning Malerwanderweg
Daily demonstration shows at 11:00, 13:00 and 15:00 hrs in Hall 9 / G 61

The imaginative art project Malerwanderweg (Painters Trail) consists of a large dynamic glass disc with a diameter of 8 meters which is set in motion by a dancer.
Jan Doms designed and constructed this beautiful object of glass as a central part of his new 
multidisciplinary performance Tanzen auf der Malerwanderweg (Dancing on the Painters Trail). 

Recently he received the Bernardine de Neeve Award in the Jan van der Togt Museum (Amsterdam region) for this glass object and his other comprehensive monumental oeuvre in glass.

Especially for the Glasstec Jan Doms and his team created a compact demonstration show that is performed during the Glasstec three times a day: at 11.00, 13.00 and 15.00 hrs. This show with the glass disc does not only include dance, but also sound, music and electronics, which can be heard by means of headphones.

Also in technological terms the artwork is exceptional. The glass parts are made according to SGG STADIP SECURIT 44 with 1.52 SGP edges around. The specially designed steel support structure is made of laser cut steel. In order to enable the movement of the glass disc, use is made of a spherical dubbel layerd lifting bag (∅ 60 cm), made of polyester (tensile strength 7000 N / 5 cm).

This project is supported by the Provincial Culture Investment Fund Brabant C, the Municipality of Tilburg - Culture Alliance, Dance Brabant, the Dutch Embassy Berlin and Glasstec Düsseldorf.

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Sep 7, 2018

Jan Doms - Sculpture Architecture

This dubbel languaged illustrated book 'Jan Doms - sculpture architecture' contains 84 pages and has a 8 page cover that folds out. The book gives an overview of his artworks (including his glass projects) and architectural designs in the context of his office for spatial design and research LEF (The Netherlands).

The book’s author is Ingrid Luycks and the preface is written by Jacq. de Brouwer. The text editor is Ed Schilders, the translater Jill Bradley and the graphic design is the work of Jac de Kok.

The numerous illustrations in the form of photographs and drawings come from Jan Doms’s archive. 

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About us

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LEF is a Dutch office and studio for spatial design and research on the fields of sculpture, architecture and urbanism. LEF is founded in 2001 by Jan Doms as the successor of De Maatschap international, known for it's large-scale multi-disciplinary glass performances.

LEF realised projects in various countries, such as Germany, Belgium, Poland, Bulgaria, Spain, Armenia and of course The Netherlands.

In the field of engineering, Doms often collaborates with Ir. Philip van Boxtel and Olga Doreva, architect. For the production of (glass) projects he collaborates with Saint-Gobain Glassolutions, 360 Glass, De Cromvoirtse and other specialized companies.

Jan Doms received several awards for his work such as Tilburg Modern Industrial City Award, the CAST Award for Architecture and Urbanism and recently the Bernardine de Neeve Award for his appealing glass sculptures and glass applications.

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