The Dream removable fence by Brad Ascalon
Brad Ascalon, American young designer proposes creator The Dream, an installation presented at the New York Design Week 2012. A reflection about the codes and symbols of American life between success and life in the suburbs.
Home, although his property bounded by immaculate white picket fence, a dream for the majority of Americans.
Here Brad Ascalon decided to literally bend his fence, until completely reverse it, all reinforced by the strong white / black contrast.
Outgoing connotations, I find the idea rather interesting, a removable fence system, regulating the height as you wish to be alone or be open to others!
His words about the installation:
» Within the boundaries of a society living Largely Above icts own means clustering, an unregulated banking system icts That plays by own rules, and a government stands idly by as That millions of homes are foreclosed upon being white, There lies an absolute truth: the leadership we ‘ re moving as a society HAS Become unsustainable and toxic. This is the new promise of the American dream»
Learn more about the designer:
» Born outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (USA), Brad Ascalon Was Immersed in the world of art and design from an early age. His grandfather Was a Noted sculptor and industrial designer, and his father is renowned for His broad scale art installations THROUGHOUT North America.
Ascalon earned His Masters’ degree in Industrial Design from New York’s Pratt Institute in 2005, and Was That Same year reconnu by Wallpaper * magazine as one of the world’s «Ten Most Wanted» emerging designers. »
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