what if furnishings had emotions? asks jap clothier natsumi comoto with this considerate artwork piece referred to as ‘memoria’. the paintings specializes in a sideboard created from ash picket and acrylic. like anyone blinking conscious, the 30 drawers remove darkness from one at a time, calling consideration to the forgotten pieces that may lie inside of.
photographs courtesy of natsumi comoto
‘we’re surrounded via such a lot of items of furnishings in our day by day lives, however furnishings, as a device, is in an excessively subordinate place to us. if the furnishings that exists best to serve a undeniable function had the similar feelings like ours, what kind of expressions would they display us? this artwork piece was once born out of the sort of random creativeness. via merely moving our point of view at the issues round us that we’ve got been treating with indifference, we will be able to come across a wholly new panorama,’ says natsumi comoto.
undertaking identify: memoria
design: natsumi comoto
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