Artigners & Designists

Geoffrey Mann – designing the invisible

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Geoffrey Mann is a Scottish artist and designer whose fascination with transposing the ephemeral nature of time and motion has created a studio practice that challenges the existing divides between art, craft and design. He has exhibited in National and…

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Reuben Heyday Margolin – Wave spotting

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   Reuben Heyday Margolin is an American-born artist and sculptor known for his mechanically-driven kinetic sculptures of wave-forms. Some of the sculptures are hand-cranked and small scale, while others are large, installed in large high-ceiling spaces, suspended from the ceiling.…

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Ivan Navarro – neon as politics

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Iván Navarro’s work, constructed mainly out of fluorescent tubing and electrical materials, transmits social and political commentary in a functional, complex and visually stunning sculptural format.

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Magnificent bubbles by Emmanuel Babled

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Born in France (1967), Emmanuel Babled studied at the European Institute of Design in Milan, graduating with a diploma in 1989. In 1995 he opened his own studio ‘Studio Babled’ in Milan, specializing in the development of industrial design products…

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Monika Sosnowska’s Stairs With No Name

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With Monika Sosnowska’s project Ohne Titel, 2010 (Untitled, 2010), the imposing interior courtyard of the K21 Ständehausin in Düsseldorf Germany is made available to an artistic intervention for the first time. At two-year intervals beginning in 2010, the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen…

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Thomas Heatherwick – “the naive thought”

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Thomas Heatherwick trained in three dimensional design at Manchester Metropolitan University and the Royal College of Art. He founded Thomas Heatherwick Studio in 1994 to bring architecture, design and sculpture together within a single practice.

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Joris Laarman unveils new work at Friedman Benda

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On march 4, 2010 Dutch designer Joris Laarman unveiled his new work at Friedman Benda in New York. It’s his first solo exhibition in U.S. Laarman’s unique aesthetic merges cutting-edge technology and the life-sciences to create work of unexpected beauty. In 2008, Laarman’s…

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Hans Christian Berg – gaze at perception

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Hans-Christian Berg is one of the most interesting artists of his generation in Finland. In 2002, he graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts, Sculpture Department with an MA and from the University of Art and Design, Ceramics and Glass…

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