Sleep Forum

Sleep Forum

SLEEP Forum an Exhibition + Affiliated Events Exhibition: TEST BED no. 2, a Modern ABATON Aronson Gallery, Parsons New School University, 66 5th Avenue, NYC February 17 – March 13, 2018 SLEEP is the state between consciousness and unconsciousness, it occupies neither condition but exists somewhere in the boundary between. SLEEP is a biological necessity that involves the voluntary and involuntary body. SLEEP is universal, yet it is specific to…
SOFT FORMS by Lauren Kogod

SOFT FORMS by Lauren Kogod

PILLOW CULTURE was delighted to show the beautiful work of Lauren Kogod at this years BOS.  Also a real treat to re-show the beautiful one minute film of  Lauren’s “Infinite Pillow” by the incomparable film makers Owen Donovan and Takeshi Fukunaga. Thanks to all who came out to the studio.
PILLOW Culture’s KNOT bench – a soft object for the public body

PILLOW Culture’s KNOT bench – a soft object for the public body

  The Boston waterfront context for Design Museum Boston’s Street Seats Design Challenge led us to begin this exploration with the rich history of maritime knotting. Rather than recreate any literal knot in Pop Art scale, Knot bench uses over three miles of nautical line in different ways to create a springy, resilient surface that is as resistant as it is surprisingly pleasant to touch. The rock-like form of Knot…
PILLOW Culture are semi-finalists in Design Museum Boston Street Seats Design Challenge

PILLOW Culture are semi-finalists in Design Museum Boston Street Seats Design Challenge

  designmuseumboston.org/streetseats/  Knot: A twisting, turning, tying, knitting, or entangling of ropes or parts of a rope so as to join two ropes together or make a finished end on a rope…  The KNOT bench takes its cues from the rich maritime and nautical history of Fort Point Channel which ocean-going sailing vessels once populated. Essential to every sailor and seaman was the knowledge of rope knotting and tying. Used…

Yoshiko Sato – AirFlow-er

In Memoriam  Yoshiko’s AirFlow-er were part of Columbia University’s GSAPP PERMANENT CHANGE: PLASTICS IN ARCHITECTURE AND ENGINEERING 2011Conference.With assistance from Shuning Zhao and John Hooper. THE FOURTH COLUMBIA CONFERENCE ON ARCHITECTURE, ENGINEERING AND MATERIALS MARCH 30 — APRIL 1, 2011 http://www.arch.columbia.edu/flagship-projects/materials-project/conferences/permanent-change