Daniele Pario Perra made each piece of the set new and on the placemats as basis from which one eats the artist printed original words of the homeless peoples cardboards. The proceeds of the selling is for the homeless organisation Piazza Grande in Bologna to finance placemat prints for the direct selling on the streets. The 'homeâ€“less is more' project is a direct link to the fluxus art.
.....a white cardboard box with a red stamp on it ''homeâ€“less is more''. The
content: ''Charity / NÃ¤chstenliebe'' placemats in italien, french, english or german
language, a soup plate ''Dirty / Schmutzig'', the cutlery ''Twisty / Verbogen'', a
glass ''Can / Konservendose'' and the napkin ''Stain / Fleckig''. At first sight it
looks like some homeless person has picked it up out of the garbage.
But the italian concept- and photoartist Daniele Pario Perra, born 1969, made each piece of the set new and on the placemats as basis from which one eats the artist printed original words of the homeless peoples cardboards. The proceeds of the selling is for the homeless organisation PIAZZA GRANDE in Bologna to finance placemat prints for the direct selling on the streets.
The ''homeâ€“less is more'' project by Daniele Pario Perra is a direct link to the fluxus art movement of the sixties. Like George Maciunas at that time Daniele Pario Perra intention is to create cross-over and intemedial art. His art works and happenings are political statements and social critics which are open questions to the bourgois culture.
To get in touch with Fluxus did have a deep impact on the work of artists like Joseph Beuys, Yoko Ono or Dieter Roth. Until today Fluxus is a reaction on fugitive experiences and an examination of perception patterns with a special sense of humour. Daniele Pario PerraÂ´s art deals with this poetics of everyday life. His interest is the social conventions which regulate our life, the common sense of beauty and morality. The meanwhile famous photographic series ''everyday sublime'' and ''economic border'' will also be shown in the exibition.
Sitting at the table with cold feet? ''Big Socks'' are stockings for the chair which make you feel warm and comfotable right down to the tip of your toes.
A pocket for the chair? Always handy, ''Pick Pocket''stores those things you would like to keep out of your pockest or off the table. Clothing adds something to the body without reducing its original quality. Dressing transfers this principle to furniture in order to add a new quality to it without challenging its original value. A collection of clothes for chairs has come into existence that supports their usage and even extends it.
dressing by Veronika Becker, Heike Scheller und Judith Seng did meet during their design studies at the UdK / University of Arts in Berlin. The clothing collection for chairs was presented first time at the designmai 04 Berlin and ''Big Socks'' was choosen for the MOMA exhibition ''7x7 â€“ designers from New york and Berlin'' last year in Berlin.
RAUMCOLLAGE art + urban design presents the complex relation between the traditionally seperated fields of art and design. A collage is the perfect medium, to express the unorthodoxity which is always part of art and life.
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