Traveling Exhibition: Design by Time

Design by Time explores how the notion of the dynamic passage of time can be embodied within design objects. Examples come from many sectors of the design world: textiles, carpets, vessels, lighting fixtures, fashion, clocks, mirrors, candelabras, tile, furniture, and electronics. Some designers embrace natural and mechanical processes. Some translate durational activities into visual forms, such as music and drawing.

Design by Time is the first exhibition to identify and bring together works from renowned and emerging designers whose interest is in expressing the passage of time, a visual expression of life, through the design of objects. A fully-illustrated catalog with designers’ bios and curatorial essay will be published.

Designers under consideration
Augur-Loizeau, United Kingdom
Atelier Mark Sturkenboom, the Netherlands
Maarten Baas, the Netherlands
BeatWoven, United Kingdom
Sebastian Brajkovic, the Netherlands/France
Hussein Chalayan, United Kingdom
Edhv, the Netherlands
Front Design, Sweden
Glithero, United Kingdom/the Netherlands
Humans since 1982, Sweden
Hella Jongerius, the Netherlands
Mathieu Lehanneur, France
Mischer ‘ Traxler, Austria
Jacob Olmedo, United States
Random International, United Kingdom/Germany
Studio for Industrial Design, Germany
Bartholomäus Traubeck, Germany
Jólan van der Wiel, the Netherlands

Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York

c2-curatorsquared, Ginger Gregg Duggan and Judith Hoos Fox

approximately 30 objects and 6 videos

3,500-4,000 square feet variable

$12,000 for eight weeks, transportation, insurance

beginning Spring 2019

Ginger Duggan  407.227.2565
Judy Fox  617.640.4037
Nick Battis 212.647.7778

Download the prospectus here.

Categories: Traveling Exhibitions