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Title: The Critical Moment
Contributors/Performers: HUYCKE, David 
Issue Date: 2016
Abstract: Lecture at symposium “More than one?" Tableware – Contemporary positions" (Silber Sommer Galerie 2016) State Museum for Art and Design Nürnberg (24/2/2016) and at the International Craft Fair Munich IHM (25/2/2016) When contextualizing art and design objects, the question of uniqueness versus reproduction is relevant. The number between one and more isn´t exactly defined. It could be two - a pair. It could be five and represent a certain group. It could be thousands. The relation One − Many describes all these terms. What is the significance of a unique object today? Are variations within a group understood as unique as well? Within a group - how is one object related to the others? To which extent does a group reflect a conceptual idea? A pair, two objects perceived together, transport a unique message, compared to the meaning each singular object for itself represents. How do objects communicate with each other and how do artists use this?
Keywords: Crafts contemporary silver tableware
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Discipline: audiovisuele kunsten
Research Context: Participation in lecture series within a ZAP mandate Universiteit Hasselt
Related Info: State Museum for Art and Design Nürnberg
International Craft Fair Munich/ Internationale Handwerksmesse München IHM
Category: AOR
Type: Artistic/designerly creation
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