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13. 06. 2007  11:02 | 02_Project_Links_&_Ressources_4

Paul Cocksedge in Milan

Angelo Benedetto (head for ECAL's Visual Communication) sent me some links about the exhibition space Paul Cocksedge has designed for Trussardi at this year's Milan design fair (Salone Internazionale del Mobile) .
These images have already been published quite a lot I guess, but I do it one more time as they have some link to the variable nature of space (variable wavelenghts and temporary mediatized relation to space in this case)!
The space looks black at first eye sight, with seemingly nothing to look at or no piece exposed until you understand that you have to look at it through the eye of the camera on your cellphone: the exhibition can only be seen in the infrared wavelenght, which our eyes obviously can't but a camera can ("night shot" turned "on").
A light filter placed on the windows achieves this simple effect.


Posted by patrick keller at 13. 06. 2007 11:02