The lights at the end of the tunnel.
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Entomarium extinct appreciates moments in nature and questions the interaction between man and nature where simple, contemporary glass bells form the main component of these illuminated objects. These mouths-blown glass vessels are safe settings for artificial hand-fabricated insects portraying various extinct species from all over the world.
Emile Claus 51, B-1050 Brussels
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Next in line in our new —future4x4 exhibitions to yearly offer a platform to 4 emerging designers we feel you need to get to know through 4 works each is Tim Mastik with his Dynamic Monotiles series.
Tim Mastik’s work echoes his obsession with shape, repetition and material by researching the endless options of handmade print techniques. By deconstructing his designs, playing with rhythm, symmetry and asymmetry, he creates an unexpected dynamic between color and shape.
MMXXI, dirty chai
MMXX II, ultramarine
MMXXI V, ocre jaune
MMXX, dirty chai
We are delighted to share a little exhibition of 12 lights by various designers from the Victor Hunt. Dealer. collection at our Brussels gallery. Partly to remember our first lockdown starting a year ago today and the dark 12 months it has since been but mostly because there always is a light at the end, because it made us smile, because we need that and because that is enough to do it.
We will repeat the The lights at the end of the tunnel exhibitions at different occasions and who knows perhaps even locations until this is all fully over for us all. Until then, let's look into the lights.
base I, S — light blue
I, red 208
late night talk
sidelight s, ecru
sconce, dark blue
VI, dark green 510 — s