designed by Anne-Sophie Oberkrome
Collectable Vase, H 25 cm
Karlsruhe (Germany), 2019
The installation “Layered Transparency - Displayed Opacity” explores a changing perception due to an increasing penetration of analogous, haptic phenomena with virtual and digital offerings in the design, presentation and interaction of objects.
In a total of four "stations", the role of glass and its raw material sand, as material and as a boundary, but also as "bridge", between the virtual and the real world will be explored.
In each station, a vase is presented, which in the course of the installation goes through a metamorphosis from analog to digital and back.
Painted vases serve as three-dimensional images for the conservation of the past. Textures, inscriptions, and drawings laid on the surface tell the history in which the object was once embedded.
Available on request.
Quartz sand (SH – P14)
Anne-Sophie Oberkrome is a product designer. She studied at the Staatliche Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe and completed an internship at Studio Werner Aisslinger during her studies.
She is currently working on self-initiated projects and commissions, and since 2016 as a freelance designer in the Kilian Schindler Bureau. She is part of the FAN collective.
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