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January 3, 2013 / becca shayne

redefine function

I like this Dezeen article a lot. It’s a really clever project and it makes a big statement.

British artist Jeremy Hutchison opened a pop-up shop selling useless objects at a London gallery this past December.

The exhibition, called Erratum, will see Paradise Row transformed into a boutique selling objects produced by manufacturers around the world, under instruction from Jeremy Hutchison to insert errors into the designs.
“True luxury has no function,” says the artist. “It is not something to be used or understood. It is a feeling: beyond sense, beyond logic, beyond utility.” (read more)

You can see more images in the original article or on his website.

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