It's Not a Garden Table - Art and Design in the Expanded Field
Artists, designers, and theorists are discussing the consequences of design as a self-referential practice, the aesthetics of everyday life in the art context, as well as many other topics, with a special focus on furniture. The publication proposes three approaches toward the expanded definition of design today and its relation to the art context.
Distinction with texts by Tido von Oppeln, Mateo Kries, Klaus Spechtenhauser, Burkhard Meltzer, and Sven Lütticken
Participation with texts by Alexander García Düttmann, Monika Kritzmöller, Jennifer Allen, Judith Welter, and a discussion with Martin Boyce, Frédéric Dedelley, and Max Borka
Production Interviews with Jurgen Bey, Matthew Smith, Mamiko Otsubo, Martino Gamper, Martin Boyce, Sofia Lagerkvist / Front Design, Andrea Zittel, Jerszy Seymour, Florian Slotawa, David Renggli, and Julia Lohmann.
Tido von Oppeln
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Softcover, 156 x 225 mm
Images: 26 color / 92 b/w
Published by JRP|Ringier