laura pregger: sequences + consequences
 
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jun 20, 2010

laura pregger: sequences + consequences

‘LP 08 // D1.3.1’ 2008 chandelier porcelain image © designboom

focusing on the interface between industry and handicraft, german born, swiss based artist laura pregger seperates the porcelain from its function and history, treating it ‘only’ as a material. through cutting, recombining, altering surfaces and manipulating the function of finished and half-finished porcelain ware, her collection of bowls, lights and vases titled ‘sequences + consequences’ transport daily objects into a new context.

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‘sequences + consequences’ was showcased at DMY international design festival berlin 2010.

laura pregger: sequences + consequences image © designboom

laura pregger: sequences + consequences image © designboom

laura pregger: sequences + consequences ‘LP 08 // D1.6.1’, 2008 lamp porcelaine Ø 14cm

laura pregger: sequences + consequences

laura pregger: sequences + consequences ‘LP 09 // D5.2.1’ vase, 2009 26 cm image © designboom

laura pregger: sequences + consequences image © designboom

laura pregger: sequences + consequences detail image © designboom

laura pregger: sequences + consequences

laura pregger: sequences + consequences ‘LP 08 // D5.1.1’ porcelain, 2008 45 cm x 25 cm image © designboom

laura pregger: sequences + consequences image © designboom

laura pregger: sequences + consequences

laura pregger: sequences + consequences ‘LP 09 // D5.2.1’, 2009 porcelain 12 cm x 32 cm image © designboom

laura pregger: sequences + consequences image © designboom

laura pregger: sequences + consequences image © designboom

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