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Phenomenon

 

Phenomenon

Design lifts the veil on the invisible technologies of everyday life.

The modern world is characterized by an ever-increasing complexity that remains invisible and incomprehensible - a labyrinth of waves, sensors, motherboards, codes, algorithms, LCD screens, cell phones… For more than three years, these two designers, winners of the 2016 Audi Talents Awards, have been exploring the laws of physics, digital technology and electronics. At the Madd-bordeaux, they offer the public an opportunity to experience these scientific phenomena in a series of intuitive, entertaining, user-friendly installations.

Through these experiments, combining design, technology and pedagogy, visitors of all ages are plunged into an engaging sensory realm as they gain an understanding of these invisible complexities and feel their magic.

The exhibition, presented in the former jail, makes these complex abstract phenomena tangible using simple concrete components like metal balls, cardboard and even drops of water. The result is a panoply of forms, colors and materials to be explored.

Musée des arts décoratifs de Bordeaux
November 29 to March 3

Invited by Constance Rubini

Pictures by Claire Lavabre

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