Purpur – Considering The Cycle of Nature And Design

Through the analysis of cycles, the cycle of human creativity and nature, parallels were drawn and applied to design. The beauty of nature and the beauty of art consist of a processuality which correlates to the life of the viewer and is perceived as beautiful. Roxanne Flick‘s work intends to show how inspiration by nature is adapted on design. Moreover it elucidates that an inanimate form can be alive and imply a processuality which does not end with the production of the object but goes far beyond. The objects re ect a dynamic and transience by being able to tell a story which fascinates the viewer and user. The work is oriented on the cycle of the Lesser Flamingos, their visual appearance, the functions of their body, the choice of their nest site, and their behaviour which is adapted in the design in an abstract way. Material teaset: Porcelain Material saucer: Oak Material table: Oak, glass, granite Photography: Roxanne Flick

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