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FOS

Mountain Vase, 2018

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15 2/5 × 10 3/5 × 11 2/5 in
39 × 27 × 29 cm
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Copenhagen
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Etage Projects
Copenhagen
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The Mountain Vases by FOS embody the surface of the mountain, calibrated to the size of human …

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The Mountain Vases by FOS embody the surface of the mountain, calibrated to the size of human interiors. FOS explains, “It’s limited what references an object into a vase, other than a flower: A vase is designed to contain a little piece of nature’s flowers. But then there is scale. If you look at all the brick houses …

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FOS Studio
FOS
Danish, b. 1971
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FOS (born Thomas Poulsen) creates a variety of works, from installations to works on paper, that coalesce around his interest in examining how interactions and perceptions are shaped by specific contexts. His works are interventions that exemplify the artist’s idea of “social design”, an artistic framework in which social interaction and communal public experiences are his materials. For example, FOS’s Osloo (2011), an immersive public sculpture outfitted with a bar, stage, and radio station, is activated and fully realized through its use by visitors.

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The Mountain Vases by FOS embody the surface of the mountain, calibrated to the size of human …

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The Mountain Vases by FOS embody the surface of the mountain, calibrated to the size of human interiors. FOS explains, “It’s limited what references an object into a vase, other than a flower: A vase is designed to contain a little piece of nature’s flowers. But then there is scale. If you look at all the brick houses …

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Manufacturer
FOS Studio
FOS
Danish, b. 1971
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FOS (born Thomas Poulsen) creates a variety of works, from installations to works on paper, that coalesce around his interest in examining how interactions and perceptions are shaped by specific contexts. His works are interventions that exemplify the artist’s idea of “social design”, an artistic framework in which social interaction and communal public experiences are his materials. For example, FOS’s Osloo (2011), an immersive public sculpture outfitted with a bar, stage, and radio station, is activated and fully realized through its use by visitors.

FOS

Mountain Vase, 2018

Glass
15 2/5 × 10 3/5 × 11 2/5 in
39 × 27 × 29 cm
Unique
Contact For Price
location
Copenhagen
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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