Design by Time
September 13–November 8, 2019
(Closed October 5-14, 2019, for Fall Break)
Sussel Gallery and the Burton D. Morgan Gallery
Design by Time explores how the notion of the dynamic passage of time can be embodied within design objects. Examples come from many sectors of the design world: textiles, carpets, ceramics, lighting fixtures, fashion, clocks and furniture for example. Some designers embrace processes, natural and mechanical. Some translate durational activities into visual forms, such as music. Design by Time is the first exhibition to identify and bring together works from known and emerging designers, in the US and abroad, whose interest is in expressing the passage of time, a visual expression of life, through the design of objects.
Augur-Loizeau, United Kingdom; Atelier Mark Sturkenboom, the Netherlands; Maarten Baas, the Netherlands; BeatWoven, United Kingdom; Sebastian Brajkovic, the Netherlands/France; Hussein Chalayan, Cyprus/United Kingdom; Edhv, the Netherlands; Front Design, Sweden; Glithero, United Kingdom/the Netherlands; Humans since 1982, Sweden; Marlène Huissoud, France/United Kingdom; Mathieu Lehanneur, France; Mischer ‘ Traxler, Austria; Jacob Olmedo, United States; Random International, United Kingdom/Germany; Diana Scherer, the Netherlands; Sebastian Cox Workshop, United Kingdom; Studio for Industrial Design, Germany; Bartholomäus Traubeck, Germany; Nicole Wermers, Germany/United Kingdom; Jólan van der Wiel, the Netherlands; Ryan Mario Yasin, Iceland/United Kingdom
Design by Time is organized by the Department of Exhibitions, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York, and is curated by Ginger Gregg Duggan and Judith Hoos Fox of c2 curatorsquared.
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Burton D. Morgan Gallery
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