Sebastian Errazuriz

Design Institute │ Make the furniture stolen from the museum into furniture? Sebastian Errazuriz Humor x Aesthetics Formula

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Author / Alice Chan, Sia. Design and art have always been the channel to interpret visual aesthetics. In addition to the outline and appearance of the work, it is perhaps the physics of the artist and the designer to think and perceive the meaning and structure of life. And even emotional experiments. It can be as pure as meditation, or it can be neurotic-like and frenzied; through the creators to smash or stack ideas in the brain, through different experiences and understanding, to establish a unique thinking and world view. Sebastian Errazuriz, who was born in Chile and now settles in New York, travels in both art and design. He can be called a speculative artist. He can also say that his works are transforming artistic expressions into design vocabulary. In the seemingly minimalist studio, there is a neat design logic, and there are hidden personal details of the game; the neon works of "I LOVE YOU/ I LOVED YOU" on the wall are covered in words. Emotions, but full of humor and irony. The so-called creative process is basically a biological algorithm that we have not realized. The so-called creative process is basically a biological algorithm that we have not realized. Responding to the above explanation of his creation, Errazuriz's own creation, as if the algorithm is automatically activated, reorganizes the abstract and non-physical knowledge and thoughts around the existentialism, psychology, politics, and social issues, or from the Renaissance. The angle of the period cuts into an elegant formula that breaks through the framework without losing visual impact. "Life is very short. When faced with death, why not bring style into life and scream at heaven." He is not obscuring the boundaries between art and design. He just enters these two fields with his own desires. To turn the pictures and even the inner thoughts that we have seen in our lives into a visual experience and story. ANYTHING YOU DESTROY WE WILL REBUILD|Stealing the Greek and Roman statues from the museum ANTIQUITY SHELVES NIKE, 2018. I used 3D scanning technology to steal these classical statues that I loved and respected from the museum. ANTIQUITY SHELVES NIKE, 2018. I used 3D scanning technology to steal these classical statues that I loved and respected from the museum. A towering "eagle" around the headless statue of the Greek goddess Nike is like waiting for the restoration of the museum. The meaning of art is constantly being questioned in every movement in the history of art. Whether it is the British Museum, the Louvre or the Vatican, the statue that is ruined by war or against time, "we will naturally think They are going to protect and rebuild them.” However, for the purpose of reconstruction and protection, there is also a gap between these works of art and people. ANTIQUITY SHELVES NIKE, 2018. ANTIQUITY SHELVES NIKE, 2018. ATHENA LEMNIA & MELEAGER,...