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Exhibition: Enormous Details – Putput

12/06/2017

Electrical sponges, salami and a sex tape

In the exhibition “Enormous Details” shown throughout the public spaces within The Lighthouse, Swiss/Danish artist duo PUTPUT present a collection of accumulated images from projects within the last 5 years. A mix of old and new, showcasing a fascination with everyday objects, advertising and staging.

Blurring the lines between commerce and concept, object and representation, function and depiction the images aim to question our relationship with objects that are often unnoticed or taken for granted, giving them a new lease on life and allowing us to see things differently.

Established in 2011 by Stephan Friedli (CH) and Ulrik Martin Larsen (DK) and currently based in Copenhagen, PUTPUT is the visual and conceptual meeting of two minds, a collaboration in thought and practice. Neatly placed between input and output PUTPUT navigates the increasingly busy intersection where conceptual photography, sculpture and design meet.

   

Putput:
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2016 Launch

12/06/2017

Friday evening marked the launch of Graphic Design Festival Scotland 2016, welcoming more than 500 guests to explore the International Poster Exhibition, NO EXIT – Design Displacement’s 3-way immersive projection installation and Putput’s Enormous Details exhibition throughout the building. Alongside the 3 exhibition openings, the winners of the 2016 International Poster Competition and Live Project were announced, with thanks to partners, […]

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Exhibition: NO EXIT – Design Displacement Group

12/06/2017

Design Displacement Group’s solo exhibition NO EXIT at GDFS explores issues around labour conditions, efficiency, isolationism, populism and panic in a political Union no one can practically ‘exit’ from. Produced in light of Brexit, the 3-way projection installation uses algorithms to create a series of parallel and infinitely changing narratives, played in sync with a […]

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