three rolling teapots

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(left)

problem: gender equality.
response: the work alone speaks.
result: an architecture for the table only, the street becomes our common territory, as it is there where we are associated with no particular status in general. Everyone is equal on the street, HOWEVER, the work on the table is not equal. The work speaks, not the person.

(right)

problem: experience.
response: a time capsule.
result: a circular library, with an exchange shelf at waist height. the shelf starts empty, and is filled by people bringing books/media they appreciate and putting it on the exchange shelf. From there, it is added to the library by the one within the capsule, who reads it, stores it, or puts it back on the exchange shelf for someone else to take home. Experience is shared without a price, as an action rather than a commodity.

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5 Responses to three rolling teapots

  1. Anny Stephanou says:

    super!

  2. Natasha Sandmeier says:

    your render looks like they just woke up, are looking at one another with questioning eyes, wondering how the hell they ended up in the white desert in the middle of a Burning Man celebration.

  3. Maridia Kafezopoulou says:

    hahahahha