Inanimate Objects That Touch Back

Inanimate Objects That Touch Back
Design

UK-based designer Katrin Baumgarten has built in the element of disgust into two recent projects

Scott Mioduszewski
  • 27 july 2010

Goosebump Object

UK-based designer Katrin Baumgarten has built in the element of disgust into two recent projects which aim to give a signal to the user as well as others present.

She explains:

“I am interested in the transformation between the states of disgust to comfort. …Abstract objects respond to your behaviour and disgust becomes a part of interaction”

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