"After the rain" Vase

by Lili Gayman

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“Sometimes the forest has a plant tissue so tight and diversified that it seems false, unreal, the illusion of a setting or the reconstitution of a botanical garden.”
Journal du Rio Negro – Vers le naturalisme intégral, Pierre Restany, 2012

“After the rain” is a set of stoneware vases inspired by tropical forests, their verticality, the ubiquitous humidity. Of different dimensions but always presented in tubular forms, they evoke trunks of trees, stipes of palms or stubble of bamboos.

The treatment of color is done in the manner of watercolor, in transparency, as if they were faded. The shimmer and shine of their surfaces appear watery. The set shows the humidity and persistent wetness of tropical forests.

The vase is a body for the bouquet it welcomes. Together, they constitute a fictional tree. Each vase is a unique piece, hand-crafted by the designer.

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Weight 3 kg
Dimensions 20 × 20 × 45 cm
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Lili Gayman

Lili Gayman is a french designer born in 1984. She currently lives and works in Paris. She designs objects, furnitures, spaces and patterns for different contexts and supports. Through her minimal and playful creations, Lili Gayman questions the ordinary with humor and poetry to create the unusual and surprise. Her objects have great freedom of use. Each of them is an experience to be discovered and requires time, a movement, an immersion, a gesture. Lili Gayman develops projects with french and foreign publishers as L’Atelier d’exercices, Ligne Roset, Roche Bobois. 

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As Belgium is a small country without a very distinctive, nationalistic pride, artists and designers can work in complete freedom. There’s no higher purpose to be served. Creations can be the most individual expression of the most individual emotion. Thanks to this liberal creative climate – in combination with a strong, historical artistic tradition and qualitative art schools – Belgian art, design, and its collectors have gained international recognition for their avant-gardism. Besides, Belgium has always been a melting pot of different cultures, combining both German and Roman influences. This historical context gives designers the opportunity to colour outside the lines and outspokenly explore the borders between art, design, crafts, and industry. Strict typologies are left behind; rather, banal materials are transformed for a high-end context and meaningful stories are transmitted as an extra emotional layer. In doing so, these emancipated creations break out of traditional frames of reference, open up to everyone, and stand with both feet in our multicultural and multi-layered contemporary society. Visit the Contemporary Design Market x ADORNO collection in person at: TOUR & TAXIS Gare Maritime Rue Picard, 11 – 1000 Brussels, Belgium Saturday, 24 September (9.00 - 18.00) Sunday, 25 September 2022 (9.00 - 17.00)