BRYNJAR SIGURÐARSON | PRIK 12
Birch, nylon string and metal hook. 200 cm long. The sticks are produced according to demand.
Brynjar Sigurðarson graduated from ECAL, Lausanne, in 2011, following a BA from The Iceland Academy of the Arts (IAA). For his graduation project at the IAA he embarked on a trip to Vopnafjörður (weapon-fjord), a small rural community in the North East of Iceland. The products of his research were furniture objects with no defined functions. Now Brynjar has revisited the project and added to it a collection of sticks. Like the original furniture objects, the sticks have no defined function. Sticks are part of our childhood and the element of play is always present. Sticks have a strong reference to tools and weapons and have been used as an extension to our bodies as well as for support.
Verð: ISK 45.000