Dutch Invertuals will unveil a glimpse into the future of design with the brand new exhibition ‘Harvest’. Ten designers have been challenged to contemplate diverse scenarios, all of which take place in a future landscape.
Efficiency and self-sufficiency will become the new standard as humanity, faced with global challenges, shifts from consumerism towards next level forms of harvesting. Renewable energy, urban mining, big data, and so on, make us rethink the cycle of resources, production, storage and distribution. This will drastically alter the existing economical formats our society is built upon. We will rebalance supply and demand disconnected from profit. Ultimately, wealth and power will have to bow to responsibility.
We will reap what we sow.
Over the past eight years, Dutch Invertuals has realized fifteen outstanding exhibitions, being at the forefront of influential and experimental design. Through the numerous esteemed designers it has produced, Dutch Invertuals manages to repeatedly captive its audience and presents an unequivocal vision on the future of design while challenging and pushing the boundaries of their capabilities.
Bram Vanderbeke, Bastiaan de Nennie, Carlo Lorenzetti, Edhv, Hongjie Yang, Kirstie van Noort & Xandra van der Eijk, Léa Baert, Mila Chorbadzhieva, Philipp Weber, Sigve Knutson, Thomas Ballouhey, Tijmen Smeulders.
21-22 September: 10am-7pm
Trade & Public
23-24 September: 11am-6pm
Hall S5, Stand 10 (second floor)
Old Truman Brewery
26 Hanbury Street