The prototype of Graphic Time - Grid Diagonal is part of the show Collection #3 Part III 'Domestic Appeal' curated by Matylda Krzykowski. Graphic Time is a series of abstract clocks. The kinetic object is a graphic interpretation of a functional time piece. The etched and lacquered grid of stainless steel create a combination of movement and ever changing compositions.
About the show.
How has consumer choice changed in the last half-century? Returning for the third of four showcases at New York’s Chamber gallery, curator Matylda Krzykowski mounts Domestic Appeal (3 March to 22 April 2017). Stemming from her research of Pop Art forefather Richard Hamilton and his seminal 1956 collage: Just what is it that makes today’s homes so different, so appealing?, this latest installment will explore the primal understanding of desire. How has this collective condition evolved the act of consumption; how we buy and use products? How have design and material culture responded? How do our temptations and material fantasies manifest themselves with our personal spaces? Other playful pieces adorn the walls, such as Eindhoven designers Raw Color series of kinetic abstract clocks, New York artist Edgar Mosa’s 'Inverted Dart Game' (wherein players throw cork balls onto spikes), and London glassmaker Jochen Holz’s snaking ‘Chandelier No2’.
Photos: Chamber, byAMT