Nankin Lab Magazine • Special Chaumont Festival 2013 • Number Three: The Shapes
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Applying the same technique used to develop the two dimensional project, we recreated a three dimensional scenario, by working with shapes and concepts, which clearly transmit our core idea.
Is it through destruction that we understand the objectâ€™s real nature ? Is it through death that life obtains value?
To answer these questions we made a destruction and reconstructionâ€™s exercise using common objects, in order to understand their essence.
Destruction grants a unique singularity to each object where it is manifested.
Thus, destruction can provide value as well as degrade the object.
â€œThe only interesting answers are those which destroy questionsâ€? Susan Sontag
Nankin Lab Magazine • Special Chaumont Festival 2013 • Number Three: The Shapes w w w. n a n k i n l a b . c o m O r g a n i z e d b y E c o l e s a u Tr a v a i l , F e s t i v a l i n t e r n a t i o n a l d e l ’ a f f i c h e e t d u g r a p h i s m e Collaborating with Elisava School of Design and Engineering of Barcelona