Soft Baroque — Nicholas Gardner (b. 1988) and Saša Štucin (b. 1984) — focuses on creating work with conflicting functions and imagery, without abandoning beauty or consumer logic, blurring the boundaries between acceptable furniture typologies and conceptual representative objects. The refined and simplified forms of their works reflect principles of mid-century design, while at the same time veering towards conceptual territory by evoking the malleability of how objects are seen and mediated today. Processed materials manufactured for the domestic interiors are manipulated to unconventional ends.
Soft Baroque has exhibited at the V&A, Christie’s, Somerset House, the Design Museum in London, Swiss Institute, Friedman Benda and Patrick Parrish Gallery in New York, A Palazzo Gallery in Brescia, Etage Projects in Copenhagen, Depot Basel in Basel, Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam, Collective Design in New York, Nomad in Monaco and St. Moritz, Design Miami/ Basel and latest at this year’s Venice Art Biennale.
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