+Look Twice
A quick glance is not enough

April 2, 2013

Mobile Lorm Glove, prototype and research project, assistance Ulrike Gollner, Berlin, since 2011 (view from the exhibition Look Twice, photo Malwine Rafalski)Mobile Lorm Glove, prototype and research project, assistance Ulrike Gollner, Berlin, since 2011 (view from the exhibition Look Twice, photo Malwine Rafalski)

It turns out that it was well worth taking another, closer look. For hidden in the furthest corner was the real star of the “mindscapes for design” exhibition, which was held in Munich’s Alte Kongresshalle as part of “Creative Business Week”. In large lettering, “Look Twice” was plastered above the white, futuristic-looking showroom No. 6, which showcased design ideas by a number of young artists, each poised on a small, island-like platform. The thematic focus here was on multi-sensory objects, digital sensuality and spaces of tomorrow. “Look Twice”—these words must have really hit home with the visitors, for here a quick glance was certainly not enough to even come close to understanding the intentions and motivations behind these technologically inspired objects...

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Astrid Dobmeier about exhibition and symposium “Look Twice”.