## RE-OPEN Dokumentation
Dokumentation der [Ausstellung RE-OPEN](https://hackmd.io/2erPu6JIR62bEGtdPWeRGA), @dpz, HBKsaar, 30. April bis 7 Mai 2019; Teil des Atelierprojektes ["Openness Makes The World Go Round"](http://opencircularity.info/hbksaar-3/)
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Dokumentation in 3 Teilen:
The Location for our exhibition was the [dpz](https://dpz.xmlab.org/dpz-home) at the [hbksaar](https://www.hbksaar.de/startseite). For the exhibition we created structures from resources which are already available and used them in a way they do not get worn out or damaged.
We got 2 [wood clamps](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clamp_(tool)) from our wood workshop, 8 [velcro strips](https://ewall.com.pk/product_view/llow-velcro-battery-strip-272cm/715). and 4 [spannfix](http://spannfix.com/shop/spannfix-4-mm/) with these we connected 8 chairs and put a table top on it.
Two table tops which are connected with 2 [wood clamps](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clamp_(tool)) to get the front legs and the back rested on the windowsill
400ml of [Buttermilk](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buttermilk) were mixed with 2.5 tbsp of [Starch](https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/St%C3%A4rke/) and then applied with Sponges to the Window. After drying the Letters were scratched the coating.
We hung the box from a pipe with a [tie wire](https://au.rs-online.com/web/p/packaging-string-tie-wire/3974819//). The wire clings to two [velcro strips](https://ewall.com.pk/product_view/llow-velcro-battery-strip-272cm/715)
We used [clips](https://www.gerriets.com/de/ass-vorhanghaken) to attach the plywood board to the [belt](https://www.fervi.com/ita/macchine-utensili/sollevamento-e-movimentazione/ancoraggio/sistema-di-ancoraggio-con-nastro-in-poliestere-pr-4148.htm) which holds on to the ceiling. For the Letters we used the [laser cutter](https://wiki.fablabbcn.org/Epilog_Laser_Cutter_75) with the following settings:
Engraving: 100% Power 20%
We collected some leafes from nearby [bushes](https://) and used the [laser cutter](https://wiki.fablabbcn.org/Epilog_Laser_Cutter_75) with the following settings:
Cut-out: 30% Power 100% Speed 400 Hz
perforated: 15% Power 100% Speed 80 Hz
Was haben wir ausgestellt?
Siehe auch [**Ausstellungswebseite**]([**Ausstellungswebseite**](https://hackmd.io/2erPu6JIR62bEGtdPWeRGA))
Representative for the "Simplicity" area, we decided on a preserving jar because it is extremely versatile and consists of only three materials at the same time. Glass, rubber and metal.
Recycling cycles keep materials that are difficult to degrade in use and reduce waste on the one hand and the depletion of finite resources on the other.
**Structural Support for Biospere**
Bees are an important part of the biosphere of our latitudes. With the help of bee hives and hibernation aids or the sale of honey, the bee population can be sustainably maintained. Our example is a glass of local bee honey.
Products with a short life cycle create a lot of waste worldwide. Rugged products are a challenge for many companies to rethink their business models, but they benefit the environment. Example: Screwdrivers & Wrenches
Local materials shorten transport distances and support the local economy.
You can reduce the consumption of recources by using reusable products instead of disposable ones, like the reusable baking mat instead of baking paper.
Lego is a good example of modularity, because this plug-in system offers infinite possibilities and is no longer just used as a children's toy.
The digital production centre was chosen as the location because there is through traffic and large windows for the lettering. The buttermilk-starch mixture was applied with the roller to the windows. Large letters were applied directly or gently scratched into the flat areas.
The lettering of the flyers was cut into leaves with the laser cutter. After the exhibition, surplus flyers can be composted and returned to the ecological cycle.
The exhibition architecture consists of elements connected by fasteners. No new materials were needed and no material was produced during dismantling that could no longer be used.
New approaches were constantly developed in teamwork, which had to be implemented under time pressure. This approach could only be mastered through good cooperation.
The approach of not producing garbage was used throughout the entire exhibition. The wooden letters engraved with the laser can be criticized in retrospect. However the residual wood came from the garbage.
The exhibition as a whole was improvised. Everyone was surprised at how creative time pressure and limited resources can be.
Little time + limited possibilities = improvisation!
The content of the exhibition was determined by the [previous research.](http://opencircularity.info/hbksaar-3/#2) The exhibition objects resulted from the representative products brought along to the seven sustainability strategies.
**License:** [CC0 - Universal Public Domain Dedication](https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/)