LAYERED TRANSPARENCY |
The installation “Layered Transparency - Displayed Opacity” examines the changing perception in the design, presentation, and interaction of objects through an increasing interpenetration of analog, haptic phenomena with virtual and digital.
In a total of four "stations", the role of glass and its raw material sand, as material and as a boundary, but also as "bridge", between the virtual and the real world will be explored.
In each station, a vase is presented, which in the course of the installation goes through a metamorphosis from analog to digital and back.
Painted vases serve as three-dimensional images for the conservation of the past. Textures, inscriptions, and drawings laid on the surface tell the history in which the object was once embedded.
Material: Quartz sand (SH – P14)
Post Process: Infiltration
Product details: 200 x 180 x 245 mm | 1,6 kg
Karlsruhe (Germany), 2019
Anne-Sophie Oberkrome is a product designer. She studied at the Staatliche Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe and completed an internship at Studio Werner Aisslinger during her studies.
She is currently working on self-initiated projects and commissions, and since 2016 as a freelance designer in the Kilian Schindler Bureau. She is part of the FAN collective.