Atelier XJC sàrl’s desire to unite the different disciplines of fashion and design.
With a title reminiscent of ‘The Guns of Brixton’ and with the 1981 Brixton riots as the starting point, Robots of Brixton is a symbolic science fiction tragedy.
A neighborhood-specific sculpture that displays informational materials and objects that raise awareness of Miami-based organizations and causes.
Protruding slices of mixed rubber stacked and held in place, piece by piece, forming a feverishly intense pattern defined by forceful undulating forms.
‘Untitled (Apparatus)’ by Gardar Eide Einarsson is a sculpture based on prison exercise equipment.
Abolishing the conventional limits of the physical body, the volumes have been extended in all axes turning subjective spatial experience into objective form.
The ‘archeological’ object is a snake-skinned boot which can be related to a drug lord, referencing the drug conflicts in (Northern) Mexico.
Central voids function as index or trace, and these two marble elements bear the impact of a sublime being asserting itself on the solid forms of nature.
Zim And Zou create a paper microcosm replicating birds and insects, beautifully sculpted in colourful paper.
A branch dividing and reaching upwards potentially rooted in land or sky.
Based on triangular geometries, the crystal-shaped structures impose their presence to the surrounding space.
Glowing pieces of paper blowing in the wind. The installation comprises of 200 A3 sized illuminated sheet randomly hovering over the courtyard.
Kate Costello’s ‘Untitled’ is a reproduction of a large metal archway that mimics an existing structure in the Wallspace gallery, a remnant of its former use.
The Rattlesnake Totem is returning to its place of origin in nature, reflecting on the space surrounding it – standing upright and expressing its own fragility.
A tyrannosaurus skeleton by artist and creative director Troy Picou.
The staircase as a compressed spatial motion element of a former free field.
A bathroom where mutually alternating fragmentary mirror surfaces and lighting fixtures form a jigsaw puzzle of an image and a reflection.
The wall is designed with the intention of provoking a sense of curiosity by slowly revealing its form and complexity through physical and visual engagement with the work.
This striking project is the 1st Prize in the Invited Competition for the new aquarium in the Georgian seaport of Batumi.