Object Interview is a collection of one-minute videos about design objects in conversation, investigating how objects exist on their own.
Made in co-production with cultural institutions, ranging from museums to design galleries, publishing houses and schools, the series involves designers and artists from all around the world to reflect on the way we perceive objects.
A long-term project, founded by Alexandre Humbert, in which I'm focusing on the writting, editing and graphism since episode n°8.
Designers: Bas Smets & Eliane Le Roux
Object: Biospheric bench
What if benches were playing hide and seek?
Designers: Michael Thonet & Shiro Kuramata
Objects: Rocking chair 01 & Pyramid
What if a piece of furniture was a cop?
What if a decanter came back from school?
Designers: Verner Panton,
Gaston Eysselinck & Carlo Scarpa
Objects: Panton chair,
Office chair & Decanter
Designer: Nathalie du Pasquier
Objects: Vaso NDP-10600 & Vaso NDP-10601
What if a vase was teaching French?
Designers: Marjan Van Aubel & James Shaw
Objects: Well Proven Chairs
What if two chairs went fishing?
Designer: Marteen Van Severen
Object: MVS Chair
What if a chair had to meet a therapist?
Objects: Zafferana & Botanica III
What if two objects had a Monday conversation?
Designers: Revital Cohen & Tuur Van Balen
Object: Leopard, Impala
What if a light was born blue?
Artist: Dan Flavin
What if an artificial light discovers daylight?