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Specific Objects

The first in a three-part series of concurrent investigations into creative work and critical dialogue, SPECIFIC OBJECTS is a family of domestic objects designed and produced over the course of twelve weeks. The objects negotiate bodily scale, functional legibility, and material gestures.

The eponymous 1964 essay written by Donald Judd offers an alternative creative practice to sculpture and painting, which clears disciplinary boundaries for these objects to engage more directly with questions of quality and creative production. 

SPECIFIC OBJECTS | Species of Spaces | Making Presence