For-example

The design variants from this summer’s design and form lab are variations exploring a postmodern lifestyle concept.
They explore materials and combinations of this original design. The furniture in this picture is as the furniture in the lab, made from MDF or plywood. They are well known, art historical examples made by the North-American artist Donald Judd. As minimalist and conceptual art on the verge to design, are they also examples of the term design-art.

The lab is oriented towards the possible future of an art-space “saloon” workshop, based on its material and topical exploration.

They are made for situations within a home or private living context.
The black stool of the lab this summer is made for use in my private office-space and studio.

Stool with cover in black wool, and hank in blue and black polyester.
Post-war design such as the module design of Charles and Ray Eames is the inspiration for many artists today working with relational aesthetics, post-conceptualism, encounter-art, and/or the topic or intertext of social art and design.