EXHIBITIONS

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Displacement Now ! 3331 Arts Chiyoda  – Tokyo, 2019

Variations on a traditional Japanese stool where the user is encouraged to use and modify the furniture intuitively

Minna Gallery - San Francisco, 2019

A series of furniture where the user is encouraged to complete the object by adding/taking away/changing/interpreting the elements according to their own personal preferences. The user becomes a co-designer.

For the Minna Gallery event, the pieces were used for live performance activations by dancer-choreographers Gerald Casel and Erika Tsimbrovsky.

Le Génie des Jardins, Paris

Utopia   2014 

The project, consisting of a series of elements made of wood, allows people to see, listen, and feel things from a different and unexpected point of view. Wooden seats are installed in various parts of a public square. Each element is different and encourages a different position or point of view: lying down, elevated to the sky, in a discreet place, etc.

Les Rencontres du Land Art et de la Ville, Paris

Changer d'air, changer d'ère   2013 

Gallery S. Bensimon, Paris

Designers Days   2013

Furniture installation where, at the end of the exhibition, people were free to take away and keep any objects they wanted.

Naço Gallery, Paris

Meuble Libre   2011

An exhibition of furniture made from raw materials left on the street, used as is. The shape and nature of the objects, created immediately & spontaneously on the spot, are determined by the materials available at that moment, the place where they were found and the basic tools available.

Boijmans van Beuningen Museum, Rotterdam

Solutions for today   2002

Architectural Museum, Stockholm

Design utan Designer     2001

VIA, Paris

Utilitaires    2000

“After discovering this research work, the VIA gave Jeremy Edwards the opportunity to present his photographs of utilitarian objects based on everyday elements, juxtaposing them with manufactured products echoing them.

This exhibition allows us to perceive the amplitude of the field which exists between spontaneous creation and industrial creation. Its provocative nature does not try to supplant the reality of a daily environment composed of eclectic objects, whose meaning and symbolic value are at least as important as their use.”