Dimensions: 74.0cm(H) x 66.0cm(W) x 60.0cm(D) / 29.1"(H) x 26.0"(W) x 23.6"(D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This object is a part of “Punctuation Marks”, a solo exhibition exhibited in Saga gallery- Tel Aviv.
This experiment is a search for the meaning of the architype, and for the boarders of our perceptions and language. I sought to challenge utilization and the morphological aspects of furniture by reducing useful surfaces to a minimum, where a chair appears and disappears by the smallest changes on design. In which point an object stops being functional and becomes something else? Can we adapt and use an object that is less than what our perception might approve. Can we still call it a chair?
The project has won the minister of culture design award of 2015.
Part of it was exhibited during London design Festival September 2015, 19 Greek street Gallery,
At Fresh paint art fair, and some other design exhibitions.
All objects were hand-made by Neil Nenner.
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Hometown: Tel Aviv
Lives and Works: Tel Aviv
Neil Nenner (B 1977) studied his B.Des in the industrial design department at Shenkar College of engineering, design and art. Graduated from the Master’s degree program in industrial design at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem.
Since setting up his own practice in Tel Aviv in 2013, he has designed furniture, products and exhibitions, and created a number of limited edition pieces, his works have been presented at international events such as London design Festival, Paris Design week, Barcelona design week, state of design Berlin, at galleries and Museums in Vienna, Cologne, Taipei, Lisbon, Belgrade, Paris, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. His solo exhibition: “Punctuation marks” have been shown at the Saga Gallery in Tel Aviv, he received the minister of culture excellence design award at 2015.
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