Morning Mist by Benjamin Graindorge
by Ted Savage / September 10, 2011
Via @muuuz, a visit to Benjamin Graindorge's Morning Mist exhibition in Paris which opens this weekend and explores the interplay of light and forms through five objects: a lamp, bench, stool, candle holder and mirror.


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"I always think of light as a material, something that we make, we sculpt, but we cannot capture. My fascination for this impalpable material led me to propose five objects with simple uses - sitting, lighting - but also offering a distortion of reality, or rather, they attempt to reveal the essence of reality," says Benjamin Graindorge, on his first solo show. More at MUUUZ and YMER&MALTA.

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