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Architecture of exhibition WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD The architecture of 'WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD' is an attempt to synthesise the field of ASMR and its rich material world into a spatial language. Drawing inspiration from traditional spa cultures, flowing water is replaced by streams of contemporary media, aiming to create an atmosphere of safety and privacy, in which multiple people can be triggered to relax simultaneously. The exhibition, therefore, becomes a prototype for a public synthetic spa, offering an emergent form of relaxation and catering to the current collective concerns of the need to avoid physical touch and shared spaces.
Author: Curator: James Taylor-Foster; Exhibition Producer: Halla Sigurðardóttir; Exhibition Architecture: ĒTER - Dagnija Smilga, Kārlis Bērziņš, Niklāvs Paegle Graphic Design: Irene Stracuzzi ✕ PostNew

Client: ArkDes - Sweden's National Centre for Architecture and Design

Address or location:
Stockholm, ArkDes - Sweden's National Centre for Architecture and Design; exhibition space BOXEN

Technical information:
01.01.2020 - 01.04.2020

Commissioning:
01.01.2020

Contractor:
ArkDes - Installation: Markus Eberle, Stefan Mossfeldt; Production (Programming): Elisabet Schön

Author of photos:
Credits Please mention always all copyrights, courtesy, and captions accordingly: FILE:01_WSFG_ETER_johandehlin_copyright_web.jpg Caption: The exhibition features works by Andreas Wannerstedt. Photo: Johan Dehlin Copyright: Johan Dehlin Courtesy: ARKDES FILE:02_WSFG_ETER_johandehlin_copyright_web.jpg Caption: Before entering the exhibition, you are invited to remove your shoes and put on a robe. Photo: Johan Dehlin Copyright: Johan Dehlin Courtesy: ARKDES FILE:03_WSFG_ETER_johandehlin_copyright_web.jpg Caption: The exhibition features works by Bob Ross. Photo: Johan Dehlin Photo: Johan Dehlin Copyright: Johan Dehlin Courtesy: ARKDES FILE:04_WSFG_ETER_johandehlin_copyright_web.jpg Caption: The exhibition features works by Wang & Söderström and Marc Teyssier. Photo:Johan Dehlin Copyright: Johan Dehlin Courtesy: ARKDES FILE:05_WSFG_ETER_johandehlin_copyright_web.jpg Caption: 'TV chandeliers' designed by ĒTER are suspended in the space. Photo: Johan Dehlin Copyright: Johan Dehlin Courtesy: ARKDES FILE:06_WSFG_ETER_johandehlin_copyright_web.jpg Caption: Silicon hand holding headphones. Photo: Johan Dehlin Copyright: Johan Dehlin Courtesy: ARKDES FILE:07_WSFG_ETER_Copyright_Exhibtion_Close_up_cable.jpg Caption: Drawing of the scenography for 'WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD' at ArkDes by ĒTER (2020). Copyright: ĒTER Courtesy: ARKDES FILE:08_WSFG_ETER_Copyright_Exhibtion_Close_up_cable.jpg Caption: Silicon hand dipping process, 'WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD' at ArkDes by ĒTER (2020). Copyright: ĒTER Courtesy: ĒTER FILE:09_WSFG_ETER_Copyright_Boxen_ArkDes_Plan_Graphic.jpg Caption: Exhibition plan graphic, 'WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD' at ArkDes by ĒTER (2020). Copyright: ĒTER Courtesy: ĒTER FILE:10_WSFG_ETER_Copyright_Boxen_ArkDes_Pillow_diagram.jpg Caption: Unrolled pillow pattern, 'WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD' at ArkDes by ĒTER (2020). Copyright: ĒTER Courtesy: ĒTER FILE:11_WSFG_ETER_Copyright_Boxen_ArkDes_Plan.jpg Caption: Exhibition plan in Boxen, 'WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD' at ArkDes by ĒTER (2020). Copyright: ĒTER Courtesy: ĒTER FILE:12_WSFG_ETER_Copyright_Boxen_ArkDes_Section.jpg Caption: Exhibition plan in Boxen, 'WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD' at ArkDes by ĒTER (2020). Copyright: ĒTER Courtesy: ĒTER

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