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“At a time when the earth seems to be setting the alarm signal against a modern society obsessed by consumption, it is necessary to change our perception of the world to change our lifestyle to a prosperous future.

From this mission the Design Social Club has made it its priority, this organization relies on the productive system at the origin of our ills to create utopian works working for a deep reflection on our relationship to the object. Design is no longer a tool in the service of “sell” but a support for debating life.

The readability of this work oscillates between form, function and use. As in painting, the first reading deals with a pictorial rendering, an aesthetic peculiar to the physical appearance. The second time, more abstract, evokes its function by imposing a role to form. It is then that the use is drawn, this free zone, which allows us to project through the object. We approach the world thus, in this multiplied angle and the association of images, we bring the visitor to confront the object to practice to question this impalpable link that connects man to his environment. The work thus conceived is not limited to its formal outline to dictate an end but relies on its materiality to serve a discourse opening to reflection. At the expense of its alienating past, the object thus presents itself as a liberating tool of thought.

The world around us can be perceived according to what we see, according to what it was done or according to the possibilities it offers us. This last point of view is today, the cornerstone of the work of the Design Social Club. »

Design Social Club, December 2018.

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Mekbib Tadesse (crédits photo) – Alexandra Davy (crédits photos) – Aghate Micoulaud (traductions) – Louise Porte (crédits photos) – & Friends…

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