“Measuring: This Much, That Much, How Much?”

21_21 Design Sight

poster for “Measuring: This Much, That Much, How Much?”

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This exhibition aims to illustrate the types of units that are used to measure a great variety of things and phenomenon, and to give them a sense of familiarity that they may not already have. Here perspectives on the processes and design that go into the production of things are explored, providing the opportunity to ponder the sociocultural realities and circumstances that gave rise to these units.
The world is more fun when you know how to play with units. And when you are familiar with these, design becomes much more interesting. By showing aspects of the world through the filter of units, this exhibition aims change the way people view everyday things that they normally do not give a second thought to, and to lead to new discoveries and sparks of creativity.

Participating creators: Haruka Aramaki, Maki Onishi + Yuki Hyakuda / o + h, Yusuke Oono, Tomohiro Okazaki + Think the Earth, Kenichi Okada, Yukiya Okuda, Kasetsu, Chihiro Kabata, Kiriyama Glass Works Company, Wataru Kumano, Fumihiko Sano + MUJI, Samples of Bookmaking (Yasutomo Ota + Ryosuke Kato), Bryan Nash Gill, Helmut Smits, Dainippon Type Organization, Asao Tokolo, Motohiro Tomii, Ryota Nishimoto, Noritake, Maaten Baas, Perfektron, Takayuki Fukatsu, Shinsuke Yoshitake, Ryohei Yoshiyuki to job
Special participants: Kaoru Kasai, Nobori Kiuchi, Klein Dytham architecture, Fumiko Sakuhara, Naomi Takayama, Akira Minagawa, Jasper Morrison, Koichi Yanagimoto



from February 20, 2015 to May 31, 2015
Until 24:00 on April 25th. Open on May 5th.



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