Alibi is a room to share knowledge in the urban space. The installation is composed of a kiosk in weaved hazelnut, two wooden tables from leftovers and plantbags made out of a used parachute. All junctions are fastened with cords from the same parachute, to avoid using glue and nails. Alibi reuses materials, both natural and technical nutriments from regional forests and industries, that otherwise would go unused and employs craft techniques belonging to the Alpine region, such as basketry and climbers knots.

Dominique Morand, Architect, Marseille, France.
Heidi Malivin, Margaux Stievenart, Constantin Rouget
ESAAA students, Annecy, France.
Silje Tombre, Lina Haveland
UiB students KMD Institute of Design, Bergen, Norway.

In collaboration with the MAGASIN des Horizons Grenoble, the installation was carried out within the ESAAA, École Supérieure d'Art Annecy in spring 2019. L'Alibi de rencontre exhibited at the Annecy Paysages 2019.

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