Objects for Atheists by Guy Keulemans
by Harry / October 19, 2009


The LKBP chest above is the product of Guy Keulemans' Humanitarian Design (Eindhoven) masters program research project, Objects for Atheists. Shelves are hidden in the back of a chest of drawers, "becoming a secret to be discovered".



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"The research involved the ethnography of online atheist groups, and historical analysis of the influence of religion on aesthetics. The resulting furniture presents an inversion of aesthetic function; shelves are hidden in the back of a chest of drawers, becoming a secret to be discovered; and superseding the secretive nature of drawers."


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"This concept is positioned as a metaphor for the continual drive of atheists to uncover and expose the mysteries of science, religion and life."


+ guykeulemans.blogspot.com


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