Dependance
melamine chipboard, furniture, hinges / detail

Dependance
melamine chipboard, furniture, hinges

Dependance
melamine chipboard, furniture, hinges / detail

Dependance
melamine chipboard, furniture, hinges

Dependance, 2016

Commissioned for the group exhibition 'Onzijn – curated by Jurgen Bey'; a context-specific project regarding 'social' design and the ambivalent place of exhibition: a youth-hostel, artist-in-residence and studiobuilding located in the periphery of Amsterdam.

The work 'Depandance', constructed out of archetypal cabinet-materials such as melamine board and hinges, formed a stage for the presentation of two furniturepieces. Both objects were selected from local designshops and presented in the display. The windowshop-like construction and its contrast to its surrounding, lead to questions about mass-production and it's social relevance but also contemporary aesthetics and materiality.

Photography by Konstantin Guz

Dependance
melamine chipboard, furniture, hinges / detail

Dependance
melamine chipboard, furniture, hinges