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Top 6: July 31st 2019

Charité: Printed by Parkinson’s

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Top 6: July 31st 2019
Innocean Berlin has launched “Printed by Parkinson’s”, an emotionally moving art collection available exclusively at Berlin’s Alte Münze gallery (Molkenmarkt 2, 10179) from 26th to 28th of July. The art collection and docuseries created in association with Charité, Europe’s largest University Hospital, give a unique insight into the lives of six Parkinson’s patients – increasing awareness and stressing the importance of nding a cure. Across the globe, more than 10 million people suffer from Parkinson’s Disease – the fastest growing neurological disorder worldwide – and its debilitating consequences. The fundraising art project centers around patients under the care of Prof. Dr. med. Andrea Kühn, Head of Movement Disorders and Neuromodulation Section at Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin. Each one sharing their personal perspective and experiences living with the disease. Their daily lives aren’t just affected by tremors, but also by freezing and rigidity, making it dif cult to work, exercise, carry out beloved hobbies or simply operate everyday objects. As most patients socially isolate themselves at some point, it’s important to and innovative ways to open up the topic to a wide audience and create awareness around the fact that more research is urgently needed. To make their stories heard and their daily struggle tangible, the six patients were asked to name an object that became challenging to use due to Parkinson’s. Their kinetic and neurological data was recorded with EEG systems and accelerometers. This data was then used to affect a 3D printer and every object was printed according to the tremor data of each patient. The one of a kind collection of distorted art visualises the impact Parkinson’s has and gives a unique perspective on what it means to live with this incurable disease every day.
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Account Management – Leonie Knorr, Sanja Colli

Editors – Alice Joo, Karl Linderoth, Bitchiko Varshanidze, Emerson Martus

Event Designer – Rodrigo Pernas

Production company (3D print and website) – MediaMonks Amsterdam

Project Management – Javi Sancho Rodriquez, Dennis De Rooji

Innovation Director – Geert Eichhorn

Design – Mischa Loopies

UX Design – Bjorn Rodermond

Development – Djordan Papilava

Technical Director – Martjin Grootendorst

Photographer – Ender Sünni

Music Composer – Christian Meyer

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