The Cycle of Mutation

The "Cycle of Mutation” program is an artistic evolution and exploration representing the cycle of life. It contains four themes under which our design studio mutated between 2007 and 2009: “Emergence”, “Growth”, “Maturation” and “Disappearance”. Each theme lasted for six months and influenced everything which happened during that time such as exhibitions, and in large sense our cultural and social events such as dinners, concerts, debates, workshops. The main objective of our studio was then to focus on developing our platform dedicated to an international creative scene. Through this process, we have brought people together across national borders, experimented and unleashed with them new ideas and boosted the dialog between creatives and manufacturers, a platform to think, discuss and produce. The ideas generated, works and products of our creative community have been discussed and exhibited in our design studio itself and beyond internationally.

Emergence | 2007-08
with Gunilla Åkesson, Martine Linge, Cathy Cat Rastler, Vegard Fimland, Gonogono, Moriceau & Mrzyk, Patrick Vidal, Laura Annaert

Growth | 2008
with Klub7, Paul Lewthwaite, Ralston Bau, Marius Watz, Torsten Illner, Are Mokkelbost, Geneviève Gauckler, Marco Godinho, Tomas Espedal

Maturation | 2008-09
with Studio Glithero, Sissel Myklebust, Rita Maurhaug, May Elin Eikås Bjerk

Disappearance | 2009
with Patrick Neu, Maia Urstad, Monica Bonvicini, Michel Blazy, Roman Singer, Mario Garcia Torres, Klaus Speidel, Jean Christophe Norman, David Renaud, Marc Bretillot, Fanny Holmin


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