Künstlervorstellung: Katerina Kamprani - The Uncomfortable

von am Samstag, 13. September 2014
Die Serie "The Uncomfortable" stammt von der griechischen Designerin und Architektin Katerina Kamprani. Sie gestaltete für Alltagsobjekte ein alternatives Design mit viel Frustrationspotential. 

"The Uncomfortable is a collection of deliberately inconvenient everyday objects. It started as a twisted sadistic design project. It messed up its creator's head (and the heads of people she knows). It exists in sketches and 3-D visualizations and has no meaningful purpose. It's a parasite in the world of materialism and design.

I first started the project for no apparent reason other than I wanted to design something, and making things uncomfortable was challenging and amusing to me. While the project evolved steadily I found out other people have thought in a similar way (Jacques CarelmanJeremy Hutchison, even Dominic Wilcox).   Lately my ideas have evolved into more surreal than uncomfortable, like the watering can, a bit more symbolic, it has no use at all.

My project is very carefully designed to annoy, it feeds from the design of each original object and makes a little joke. I am hoping it is not in the list of 'another badly designed object' but in the list of 'extraordinary deliberately badly designed object(s).'" 

- Katerina Kamprani (via)

Mehr Designs auf kkstudio (Katerina Kampranis Website) oder auf Tumblr

Neuerer Post Älterer Post Startseite

0 Kommentare: