Wooden Root Sculpture

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This sculpture was made of root washed out by the sea. The wood was processed by hands without the use of machines and covered with oil and wax. Touch With Eyes, traveling across Europe in their mobile workshop, drew inspiration from nature, incorporating materials like driftwood, shells, and buoys. These found objects were transformed into new, functional art, allowing the audience to experience elements of the sea and nature firsthand.

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TOUCH WITH EYES -is a duo of designers Alexander Kanygin and Anna Druzhinina. Alexander is an independent product designer who established his own studio in 2004. Anna is a fashion designer, founder of a local brand M_U_R. Both designers participated in various international exhibitions, their works having been published in such magazines as: Wallpaper* ELLE Decoration, Sight Unseen, Moskauer Deutsche Zeitung, Bellissima Kids, Mind Mag, Bigu Migu, AD Magazine. By the will of fate, Alexander and Anna found themselves in new conditions and in a new place, which prompted them to form a creative union. Currently, the designers are working in Europe. Moving around Europe in the car in which they set up their workshop, the guys were able to work "on the fly" in fields and on beaches, in parking lots and in the mountains. The surrounding world with its nature and traces of human life, which are invariably found even in the most desolate corners of Europe, became the main source of inspiration and the basis for work. That is how the idea of taking materials for their projects from the environment sprang up: trees and stumps discarded by the sea, shells on beaches and buoys from fishing nets. All these “treasures” were given a new life, new shape and new function, and the audience got the oppor- tunity to feel the sea and the sun, salt and sand, stones and earth.
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