" Technology is becoming invisible. While physical objects lose function, forms are freed, orphaned and adopted"

body language

SALONE DEL MOBILE MILAN
APRIL 2015

“Technology is becoming invisible. The intactile world is gaining ground in the understanding of who we are. While physical objects lose function, forms are freed, orphaned and adopted. What is left are merely bodies reflecting our identities. All this requires a renegotiation of the space around us and its effects on being human. Generations to come will refer to the past as primitive”.

This exhibition is an exploration that reflects, moves, shines and glows, crafting materials with character rather than function, flirting with new esthetics and usabilities.

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Designed by Aya Kawabata

Colophon

Founder, Curator: Wendy Plomp | Campaign
Illustration: Aya Kawabata | Exhibition Design:
Daphna Laurens, Laura Lynn Jansen, Tijmen
Smeulders, Remco van de Craats | Text:
Julien Staartjes | Graphic, Website Design:
Edhv | Photography: Floor Knaapen

Thanks to: Creative industries fund NL

behind the scenes