by / March 31, 2006

Delft eye patch. Damian O'Sullivan redesigns medical prosthesis in the hope of arriving at more dignified solutions. "Pity them who have broken their leg, not for the inconvenience of their condition, but for the sheer ugliness of the prosthetic devices they have to contend with. Why can't we offer more solace in such moments of need, be exalted to latter-day-dandies instead of having to traipse around with such plastic contraptions?". Damian's exploration isn't so much about forms, as it is material: porcelain. "A fragile yet strong material, hygienic whilst elegant, in other words with all the right paradoxical sought after qualities.". Thanks Damian!


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