The exhibition 17 Screens by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, designed for the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, combines traditional crafts with advanced technologies to create spatial sequences as reinterpretations and aesthetic explorations of the dividing screen. Perceived both as an object and a concept, yet like drawings, these experimental, open-ended compositions in texture and colour use modular systems of ceramic, glass, anodised aluminium, fabric and wood as tools for a constructive exploration of material qualities. The structural integrity and a feeling of solidity are juxtaposed with the curvilinearity of the subtle, organic geometry.
Client : Frac Bretagne; Design : Erwan & Ronan Bouroullec;
Production : Atelier blam; Year : 2015; Location : Tel-Aviv, Israël;
Link : PDF 17 screens