DYSFUNCTIONAL: exploring sustainability through design
Artist Mathieu Lehanneur discusses his work for new exhibit DYSFUNCTIONAL, created in partnership with Carpenters Workshop Gallery and Lombard Odier. Debuted during the preview week of the Venice Biennale 2019, his pieces aim to recreate the feeling one has when standing in front of a vast ocean. Always exploring how nature makes a human ‘feel’, Lehanneur also reconciles his role as a designer with the concept of sustainability.
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