The discussion, moderated by Dezeen founder and editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs, also featured artist Liina Klauss, Potato Head creative director Daniel Mitchell and Talenia Phua Gajardo, founder of Singapore-based art consultancy and online gallery The Artling.
The discussion centred around the Potato Head Studios resort in Bali, which was recently completed by Dutch architecture studio OMA.
OMA managing partner David Gianotten led the design and realisation of the project, which was OMA's first hotel on the Indonesian island.
The building functions as a space for the community, where both hotel guests and the general public can experience contemporary Balinese culture.
"We worked with a large number of local people to handcraft the textures of some concrete walls and also create the woven recycled plastic ceiling panels," Gianotten told Dezeen earlier this year.
Also taking part in today's discussion was Daniel Mitchell, Potato Head's creative director. After co-founding and artistically directing London's LN-CC store in 2010, Mitchell relocated to Bali in 2014.
As creative director of the Balinese hospitality brand, Mitchell uses a blend of art forms and design to shape the brand, with previous projects including the launch of Katamama Hotel in 2016 and Desa Potato Head in 2020.
Award-winning artist Liina Klauss joined the conversation to speak about integrating art from the perceptive of the artist.
Klauss' work explores visual and conceptual perceptions of waste, and the German artist, who is based in Hong Kong and Bali, has previously collaborated with Potato Head.
The talk will be live-streamed from 12:30pm UK time.
Phua Gajardo, who is a judge for Dezeen Awards this year, recently spoke to Dezeen about how galleries are increasingly turning to virtual reality, as we looked at how the global coronavirus lockdowns have led to an uptick in VR events.
About Virtual Design Festival
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