Actar Birkhauser Distribution, Dec 1, 2006 - Art - 58 pages
EVERYDAY OBJECTS ARE TAKEN OUT OF THEIR TRADITIONAL CONTEXTS TO SHOW NEW POSSIBILITIES OF FORM AND FUNCTION. In Domestic Beauty, everyday objects are taken out of their usual context, with the intention of stripping them of their evident functionality and focusing instead on their appearance. The most superficial and pretentious elements of an object are recovered for a post-industrial spectacle-driven age, in which speculation and fiction are always more interesting than the true nature of things.
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