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Wardrobe with Horns

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The aesthetics of cities and their architectural projection, together with the need to build and live in a space, are the starting points for my work. The need to build is inevitably close to human beings. In the history of mankind, there has never been a moment when man has not felt the need for shelter, a hut, or a place to “settle in”.

The assemblages on these art design pieces are the result of the compilation of all kinds of materials, from corrugated sheets to reused cardboard and wood, trying to fit them together perfectly to give them a different function for which they have been manufactured, and where deliberated chance is a building part of the work.

Produced in 2018. Unique edition. Technique: iron, brass, marble, wood, and acrylics. Handcrafted.

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Full dimensions LxWxH (cm)

108x80x180

Weight (kg)

50

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Production Year

2018

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Full dimensions LxWxH (cm)

108x80x180

Weight (kg)

50

Material

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Production Year

2018

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FOD
The need to build is inevitably attached to humans. There is no time in history where man has not felt the need for a shelter, a shed or a place to "settle". In recent years, my work explores the relationship between materials and  space, structure and color, In reviewing the aesthetic principles of the Bauhaus, These relationships evolve from basic referents construction-deconstruction-destruction, as referenced by Gordon Matta Clark or Imi Knoebel . I'm building a 'de-architecture', designing spaces that make us think about the "city",  a place in constant urban renewal. With this play on deconstructionin my paintings as well as in my art design pieces,  I attempt to articulate and define places or spaces, as a cartographer of the suburbs, of the perifery of uninhabited spaces. In these works there is a consistent look to the evolution of a geometric line that starts in Mondrian or Malevich and passes Palazuelo or Sarah Morris. From these sources matter occupies a major role both in my paintings and sculptures, and, from memory, which serves genesis for my work, and from the endless search for materials from the construction industry (any material is susceptible be used for the realization of a shelter), I investigate new avenues for work in which architecture, memory and transience are the protagonists, reaching beyond the aesthetics of the visual, of their pure materiality. Assemblages and sculptures are the result of collecting all kinds of materials, from corrugated sheets to cardboard and reused wood, trying to be perfectly assembled in a completly different function from the one originally intended for them, Intentional ' coincidence' is a constructive part of the work
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Ana Dominguez Siemens
Ana Dominguez Siemens is the Adorno curator of design destination Madrid. Wardrobe with Horns by FOD is carefully selected as a piece that reflects the local design scene of Madrid. As a local and recognized design expert Ana Dominguez Siemens's curation is a quality assurance that buying from FOD is a safe investment in the most important design from Madrid right now.

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