21 nov 2012

Living the Lightness of Not Having a Lot

by Leander Angerer

‘Hama ned z’vui - Drong ma ned z’schwaar’ or the notion of ‘living the lightness of not having a lot’ is the perspective of two distant worlds boiled down in a set of tools to venture into the pathless. Familiar settings, but estranged by de-normalized objects - the ‘space-tools’ intend to offer the participant of the urban reality experiences that at least foster thought and at most create self-awareness, consciousness and have an impact on human behavior  As ‘thinking-spaces’ they aspire to introduce different values and meaning to life in the urban society.

Untitled from Leander Angerer on Vimeo.

Leader studied at Central Saint Martins MA Industrial Design, the same course that I did a year ago. I did not have the chance to go to the private view this year and I missed the chance to see this great project, which relates some how with what I did for my master's thesis. It talks aboutus as individuals and our need to look for isolation from our "noisy" environment where we as modern nomad lives in. 

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