Goldsmiths University’s Thought-Provoking ‘Making Believe’ Exhibition at the London Design Festival
‘Species to Species’ by yet another international student, Jen Yoohyun Lee, is about provoking and guiding through a novel awareness of nonhuman animals living secretly in ‘human spaces.’
Marente Van Der Valk’s latest design is called ‘Getting’ Trashy’. It comprises a collection of recycled lamps made from all sort of things like second-hand dyed clothes, toilet parts, cable wheels and pet’s X-Rays that were playfully rescued and given a new personality and function.
‘No Items’ is a book-project by Thai designer Nattapong Sanpoonsup that explores new ways for using everyday objects.
The Goldsmiths University Masters’ projects are about much more than just the outcomes, they are a positive way of thinking about the future and learning while making. With a focus on the process, research, metadesign and critical-design, their works are about the way we live or imagine the way we would like to live.
Photos © Ana Lisa Alperovich for Inhabitat
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