FROM THIS TO THESE - Inspired by Bruno Munari, Workshop at KABK, 2013


Bruno Munari made his first Useless Machine in 1933 with an intention to free the shapes from abstract geometric paintings, so that they can move in the air, be sensitive with the surrounding we live in.

"...it would perhaps be interesting to free these forms from the static nature of a picture and to hang them up in the air, attached to each other in such a way as to live with us in our own surroundings, sensitive to the atmosphere of real life, to the air we breathe." - Design as Art, Bruno Munari
Invited by the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague (KABK), I hosted a one-day workshop together with Liesbeth Fit to the First Year students of Interior Architecture/ Furniture design students, reinterpreting a geometric painting «On White II, 1923» by Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky, into suggestive objects/spaces.