Brud Studia — Aluminiowe Skos, 2022
This chair is cold, hard and very heavy. It is inspired by communist-era war memorials known as ‘spomenik’ and made with very simple and direct intentions – sanding, slotting and hammering. Its construction method is the language of the finished object and cast aluminium pieces are positioned together without the need for nails or screws. The Aluminiowe Skos chair is the manifestation of designers Andy Kelly and Mitchell Zurek and their ongoing exploration of brutalist, primitive design methods with contemporary and absurdist ideologies.
Established in Melbourne in 2020, Brud Studia is the collaborative practice of designers Andy Kelly and Mitchell Zurek
Anna Varendorff, Ash Allen, Ashley Eriksmoen, Bern Chandley, Bonhula Yunupingu & Damien Wright, Brodie Neill, Brud Studia, Cordon Salon, Dean Norton, Duncan Young & Noah Hartley, Georgia Weitenberg, Isabel Avendano-Hazbun, James Lemon, Jess Humpston, Jill Stevenson, Johnny Nargoodah & Trent Jansen, Nicole Lawrence & Thomas Coward, Liam Mugavin, Marta Figueiredo, Michael Gittings, Sam Tomkins, Iain [Max] Maxwell & Ben Ennis-Butler, Trent Jansen for Broached Monsters by Broached Commissions, Two Lines Studio, Zachary Frankel.
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'The Chair' exhibition is the first in a series presented by Craft Victoria honouring iconic objects of functional craft and design with a material driven approach.
Dimensions: approx. 45 x 53 x 45 cm
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