paris-based designers and brothers ronan and erwan bouroullec have created a series of experimental yet highly elegant screens for their current solo exhibition at the tel aviv museum of art. seen is their signature inspirations stemming from nature whereby a few simple elements connect and repeat into shapes.
the show incorporates interweaving sequences of modular elements made of ceramics, aluminum, glass, textile and wooden branches, held together by custom made connections and hanging systems. 01 chestnut wood, 3d print 02 anodized aluminum, silk ribbon, cable 03 blown glass, elastic band, cord 04 enameled ceramic, elastic band, cable 05 embroidered polyester 06 embroidered lace polyester 07 anodized aluminum, cable 08 anodized aluminum, cord, cable 09 mirror, blown glass, anodized aluminum, cord 10 enameled ceramic, anodized aluminum, elastic band, cord 11 jacquard loom: metallic polyester, lurex, polyester, viscose 12 enameled ceramic.
click on image to engage lightbox | courtesy ronan and erwan bouroullec | 25 images
ronan and erwan boulroullec | ivan jones
event> 17 screens
venue > tel aviv museum of art
date > thru 26 march 2016