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Kneip & Pega Cut Partners up for a Cabinet of Curiosities Inspired Collaboration

Kneip & Pega Cut Partners up for a Cabinet of Curiosities Inspired Collaboration

”Objects of Curiosity” is a collaboration project between Pega-Cut and Kneip as a part of the Passionswege for Vienna Design Week. Pega-Cut is a water-jet cutting company founded by René Gabriel based in the 10th district of Vienna.  

 

The series consists of nine sculptures made from a combination of new and found components. The whole project is one big playful experiment exploring different phenomenon such as magnetism, mechanical motion, wind, crafts, deformation by vacuum and material properties. For this exhibition Kneip finalised nine sculptures out of a great number of experiments.

 

The project is inspired by Wunderkammers (cabinet of curiosities). Wunderkammers was originally a room or a cabinet filled with objects from trips around the world. It was a way to “show off” in the sixteenth century upper class. The collection often contained ethnography, archaeology, religious or historical relics, works of art and antiquities. Wunderkammers conveyed symbolically as a microcosm theater of the world and a memory theatre.

 
 
 Kneip in collaboration with Pega Cut - Cabinet of Curiosities - Anniversary Magazine
 
 
 
 
 
 
Richard Mosse Documents the Refugee Crisis Using Military-Grade Technology

Richard Mosse Documents the Refugee Crisis Using Military-Grade Technology

Matter Fluctuation in Urs Fischer and Anya Gallacio's Sculptures

Matter Fluctuation in Urs Fischer and Anya Gallacio's Sculptures