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UNCLASSIFIABLE STUDIO BRIDGING THE IMAGINED AND THE TANGIBLE —
FOUNDED AND DIRECTED BY ARTIST ANDRÉS REISINGER.
A flower is born, blooms, and fades.
We create to make ourselves infinite. Our objects are like bees
that cross-pollinate the gardens of the galaxy.
You will witness the withering of the physical piece and you will
appreciate the responsibility of the beauty of the finite. As long
as this digital piece will never stop flourishing, wherever we
decide to live.
Just as flower blossoms, the millions of cells in its petals filling with water to become plump, it will also eventually wilt, with a predictable inevitably. Expressing this cyclical rise and
fall, growth and decay, Wither is a testament to both the finitude of all living things and the infinitude that we seek when we make a piece of art. “All objects,” says Reisinger, “are like bees that cross-pollinate the gardens of the galaxy”. In the artist’s galaxy, there is no distinction between the digital and physical and so the metaphorical object/pollinator swarms about passing ideas and designs from one place and state to the next. No matter how lovingly crafted the physical sofa that is called Wither is, we will witness its own material whitering, allowing what Reisinger calls the “appreciation of the responsibility, of the beauty that comes with
all things finite.” As a counter to this, the digital piece will continue to flourish, wherever we decide to live.