exhibition space that produces “verbal representations” only
exhibition space that produces “verbal representations” only (Process Book)


exhibition space that produces “encompassing larger area representations” only
exhibition space that produces “encompassing larger area representations” only (Process Book)


exhibition space that produces “close-up representations” only
exhibition space that produces “close-up representations” only (Process Book)

These three exhibition spaces are meant to generate only copyright-free representations. Even if an object is protected by copyrights, its verbal description, the image of its details, or images of the object in a broader context don’t have to respect any restriction and they can be published freely. Those representations are considered of no commercial value. In order to achieve this objective, not only the legal papers, but also the space where the object is exhibited plays a fundamental role. My role has been that of translating into form all these bureaucratic issues. This gives the author complete ownership and control over the representation of the product. He will be the only one who owns a proper representation of his design.

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Year: 2008
Description: Scale models in laser-cut MDF. A full scale version of the exhibition space that produces “close-up representations” only had been realized as well.