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Table Doubles As A Giant Photo Album [Pics]

Table Doubles As A Giant Photo Album [Pics]
Arts & Culture

Designer Mitch Steinmetz intended the table to be a source of entertainment, rather than simply being a dead intermediary between owner and the room.

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  • 2 may 2011

Remembrance is a multi-functional table designed by Mitch Steinmetz as part of North Michigan University’s Transiessence exhibit. Thoughts about creative work in the exhibition:

Evokes the emotional relationship between people and objects while proposing new modes of sustainability through interaction. These interactions have been interpreted and defined in a variety of ways that create a new sense of awareness that promote adaptation in regards to consumption, trends, personal identity, and memory.

Mitch intended the table to be a “source of entertainment”, rather than simply being a dead intermediary between owner and the room.

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