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In the world today, things have been partially denaturalized. This is an optimistic project about how individuals try today to forge their own identity by taking part in the process of the artificial things.
Houses have become smaller and people move their residence every now and then, cities are full of non-places where people become non-persons. Here is a seed for a real house, that one that you grow with your own energy and love, your own personal house.
The same happens with the paper-cups and chopsticks. This project tries to show that impersonal things can become personal if they are appropriated by people.
Central Saint Martins
(University of the Arts London)
London, United Kingdom