Philip Michael Wolfson, who is exhibiting at the event with gallery The Apartment, describes his work as "dynamics of landscape formations and geometric movement". Top Image and Above: Line WallCurve
Above: Line table. Below: Soundforms
Covent Garden Super Design is a collaborative show featuring galleries The Apartment, Greenwich Village and Pierre Bergé & Associés. It takes place at No. 1 The Piazza, Covent Garden, London, from 16th-18th October 2008.
The following is from Philip Michael Wolfson:
Philip Michael Wolfson
Philip Michael Wolfson will be showing a series of pieces at Covent Garden Super Design in association with The Apartment gallery.
Covent Garden Super Design, now is in it’s second year, is an exhibition of one-off and limited edition pieces taking place in Covent Garden, No. 1 The Piazza, London, between 16th-18th October 2008. Above: Line table
Wolfson Design will be exhibiting works from three ‘series’ during the show examining a functional and sculptural approach to design, where the concept is derived from the dynamics of landscape formations and geometric movement. Above: Soundforms
LINE SERIES, An exploration of formal metamorphosis. Focusing on that ambiguous realm where different concepts are juxtaposed. It is more radical and more adventurous because it is suspended between sculpture and forms that may just conceivably be useable as furniture.
SOUNDFORM SERIES, SoundForms are conceived as a manifestation of energy giving a visual representation derived from the dynamics of a Wave Length. SoundForms are conceived as a visual or concrete poetry; studies where the visual representation of the "words" conveys an intended meaning or effect.
ORIGAMI, The Origami series looks at an abstraction of penetrating, folding, layering and juxtaposition of surfaces - static versus dynamic forces; a static moment of suspended action, frozen from a manual of folds.
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