Fragment(s) in Shifting objectives: Design from the M+ Collection

Shifting Objectives

Design from the M+ Collection

M+’s debut design exhibition – Shifting Objectives: Design from the M+ Collection – explores the many concepts and frameworks that have shaped and broadened our understanding of design. Featuring dozens of key objects and works – from mid-twentieth century Japanese furniture, to familiar products from Hong Kong’s manufacturing heyday, to drones, ‘copied’ goods, and digitally-enabled and open-source practices – this groundbreaking show illustrates how design philosophies and practices have changed from the post-Second World War period until now. In so doing, Shifting Objectives outlines the growing contours of the M+ design collection, which is the first of its kind in Asia and a core pillar of M+.

In the run up to the opening of the M+ building in 2019, the M+ Pavilion functions as a temporary home for M+ exhibitions and events.

Photo Credits: M+, Hong Kong

Shifting Objectives

Design from the M+ Collection

M+’s debut design exhibition – Shifting Objectives: Design from the M+ Collection – explores the many concepts and frameworks that have shaped and broadened our understanding of design. Featuring dozens of key objects and works – from mid-twentieth century Japanese furniture, to familiar products from Hong Kong’s manufacturing heyday, to drones, ‘copied’ goods, and digitally-enabled and open-source practices – this groundbreaking show illustrates how design philosophies and practices have changed from the post-Second World War period until now. In so doing, Shifting Objectives outlines the growing contours of the M+ design collection, which is the first of its kind in Asia and a core pillar of M+.

In the run up to the opening of the M+ building in 2019, the M+ Pavilion functions as a temporary home for M+ exhibitions and events.

Photo Credits: M+, Hong Kong


'Domestic Territories' exhibition at Ilivetomorrow Photos

Domestic Territories

At Ilivetomorrow Gallery

The exhibition of Domestic Territories is now over. Thanks to all who came to see the work. The response was wonderful and it was great to be able to share our work and stories with all of you.

Domestic Territories

At Ilivetomorrow Gallery

The exhibition Domestic Territories is now over. Thanks to all who came to see the work. The response was wonderful and it was great to be able to share our work and stories with all of you.


Upcoming exhibition: 'Domestic Territories' at Ilivetomorrow Gallery

Domestic Territories

By Ilivetomorrow

About the exhibition
With: Jesse Mc Lin & Julie Progin (HK- USA-Swiss), Bruno Carvalho (Pt), Pedro Campos (Pt), Manifeste-Alexandre Daval (Fr), Naia del Castillo (Sp), Xiaodong (Cn), Pili Wu (Tw), Lu Biao Biao (Cn), JinFeng Fang (Cn-Sw), Henny Van Nistelrooy (NL), Rose Morant (Fr-HK)

“DOMESTIC TERRITORIES” proposes a selection of objects, nobjects and installations reflecting conceptual and formal researches. Beyond Design perspectives and industrial issues, “DOMESTIC TERRITORIES” explores the physical limitations of forms and materials and expresses the complex relations between Conceptual explorations, fabrication processes and materialization. The diversity of the various projects presented in the exhibition is a manifesto to the recurrent seduction of materials and memory.

Jesse Mc Lin and Julie Progin with “Fragment(s)” and “Bloom” and “Rolling Sofa” by Pedro Campos propose a post-archeology of form, nature and memories. Bruno Costa has created ironic icons reflecting is conceptual experience in China, the poetry of lightness of the works of Xiaodong are a sensitive ephemeral expression of nature, Pili Wu’s chair is an intensive dialog with industrial craft, etc.

“A Stone A Mountain” by JingFeng Fang is a Journey into a conceptual translation of Chinese Philosophy, The “Sphere” created by Rose Morant generate a strong conceptual and a sensitive haptical experience.

With “Extract” Henny Van Nistelrooy explores the intrinsic value, structure and quality of Fabric revealed by the new geometrical designs applied one surfaces and objects.

Opening
Friday May 24 2013

Venue
Ilivetomorrow Gallery

Unit 09, 26/F, Honour Industrial Center,
4-6 Sun Yip Street,
Chai Wan, Hong Kong

Domestic Territories

By Ilivetomorrow

About the exhibition
With: Jesse Mc Lin & Julie Progin (HK- USA-Swiss), Bruno Carvalho (Pt), Pedro Campos (Pt), Manifeste-Alexandre Daval (Fr), Naia del Castillo (Sp), Xiaodong (Cn), Pili Wu (Tw), Lu Biao Biao (Cn), JinFeng Fang (Cn-Sw), Henny Van Nistelrooy (NL), Rose Morant (Fr-HK)

“DOMESTIC TERRITORIES” proposes a selection of objects, nobjects and installations reflecting conceptual and formal researches. Beyond Design perspectives and industrial issues, “DOMESTIC TERRITORIES” explores the physical limitations of forms and materials and expresses the complex relations between Conceptual explorations, fabrication processes and materialization. The diversity of the various projects presented in the exhibition is a manifesto to the recurrent seduction of materials and memory.

Jesse Mc Lin and Julie Progin with “Fragment(s)” and “Bloom” and “Rolling Sofa” by Pedro Campos propose a post-archeology of form, nature and memories. Bruno Costa has created ironic icons reflecting is conceptual experience in China, the poetry of lightness of the works of Xiaodong are a sensitive ephemeral expression of nature, Pili Wu’s chair is an intensive dialog with industrial craft, etc.

“A Stone A Mountain” by JingFeng Fang is a Journey into a conceptual translation of Chinese Philosophy, The “Sphere” created by Rose Morant generate a strong conceptual and a sensitive haptical experience.

With “Extract” Henny Van Nistelrooy explores the intrinsic value, structure and quality of Fabric revealed by the new geometrical designs applied one surfaces and objects.

Opening
Friday May 24 2013

Venue
Ilivetomorrow Gallery

Unit 09, 26/F, Honour Industrial Center,
4-6 Sun Yip Street,
Chai Wan, Hong Kong


Fragment(s) exhibition at Ilivetomorrow Photos

Fragment(s)

At Ilivetomorrow Gallery

The exhibition of Fragment(s) is now over. Thanks to all who came to see the work. The response was wonderful and it was great to be able to share our work and stories with all of you.

Fragment(s)

At Ilivetomorrow Gallery

The exhibition of Fragment(s) is now over. Thanks to all who came to see the work. The response was wonderful and it was great to be able to share our work and stories with all of you.