Unintended Fusion by Christian Weber | Dezeen

Unintended Fusion by Christian Weber

Artist Christian Weber from Nuremberg in Germany has sent us a series of still life photographs that each connect two unrelated objects.

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The project is called Unintended Fusion and comprises found objects such as an aerosol can and earphones (above), connected together using cables.

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Here's some more information from Weber:

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Unintended Fusion

Having two obviously different objects in front of me, I suddenly realized how I am able to create a dialogue between them by combining their functions.

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Although the function of the single objects does not belong to each other you can still plug them into one another. In each photograph the two objects are connected with a cable, which gives all objects an infinite loop of user emotions.

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Looking at each of the new objects you will find yourself confronted with an emotion which emerges from the new sense of purpose.

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