In Situ by Julien Carretero

In situ is the new series of objects made by Julien Carretero, with recently excavated wood: in this way he wants to break public passivity and encourage passers-by to actively participate to the spectacle of daily life. In situ is also created to unleash feelings and people and it is part of the Matter of Time exhibition organized by the design collective Dutch Invertuals, under the curation of Wendy Plomp.

© Julien Carretero

After more than 600 years underground, the oak wood that was once used to protect the Eindhoven’s Medieval city wall, has been brought back to the public space in the form of instruments for revolution; the intervention aims to question and challenge the routine taking place in cityscapes.

Check my previous post about Julien Carretero

Wendy Plomp

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