WongBy Amaury D'HULST
Dimensions: 109cm (H) x 58cm (W) x 1cm (D) / 42.9" (H) x 22.8" (W) x 0.4" (D)
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The gradation of colors reflects this tension that resides in every mind. Object of a reflection of the visual perception. The concept of immorality becomes meaningful with the creation of this mirror. We can see two contradictory geometrical shapes: the circle and the polygon. The confrontation of both represents the duality of human beings’ perception, which is different for everyone. The gradation of the color inside the circle and the polygon represents the confrontation of human perceptions connected to their actions.
Based in: Montréal
Amaury D'Hulst is a designer researcher based in Montreal, Canada. His work focuses on our relationship to time, the relationships that we can make between the past, the present and the future.
“My projects are the transcription of a personal sensibility that I try to share in each object with its …
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