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"Bent Stool" and "Side Table" with detail of the serie "Relativity of color".
"Bent Stool" and "Side Table" with detail of the serie "Relativity of color".
© Objects of Common Interest
"Bent Stool" and "Side Table" with detail of the serie "Relativity of color".

Sounding out the limits

New York’s Matter gallery is hosting a solo show of products by Objects of Common Interest entitled “New Reflections” – it runs through December 9, 2017.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 11/26/2017

The founders of the Objects of Common Interest design studio, Eleni Petaloti and Leonidas Trampoukis, will be presenting furniture and living accessories from their collection at New York’s Matter gallery through December 9, 2017 – including stools, mirrors, and vases. In creating their objects, the pair seek to expand the limits of materials and shapes: The new “Side Table” for example, combines marble panels stood vertically with a platform made of molded acrylic. The exhibition will also mark the launch of the “Relativity of Color” tableware range. The collection, which consists of products made of handblown glass and acrylic, was inspired by Josef Albers’ 1963 book “Interaction of Color”, which is considered a standard reference work for artists on the use of color.

Objects of Common Interest
“New Reflections”
Through December 9, 2017
Matter, New York City

Eleni Petaloti and Leonidas Trampoukis
© Objects of Common Interest
Eleni Petaloti and Leonidas Trampoukis
© Objects of Common Interest
© Objects of Common Interest
© Objects of Common Interest
© Objects of Common Interest