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Misha Kahn, ‘Saturday Morning: Princess Hand Mirror’, 2013, Museum of Arts and Design
Misha Kahn, ‘Saturday Morning: Princess Hand Mirror’, 2013, Museum of Arts and Design
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Saturday Morning: Princess Hand Mirror, 2013

Resin, glass, aluminum foil
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Photo: Clemens Kois
Misha Kahn
American, b. 1989
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Working at the intersection of design and sculpture, Misha Kahn creates objects whose function is masked by the unusual assemblage of objects he uses to create them. Kahn designs his objects by hand with unorthodox materials such as pool noodles and fishing wire and often produces the final work through digital means, creating an interplay between the handmade and the technological. “Misha creates work for a parallel wonderland, where traditional perception of material and structure is pushed to the edges of the room to make space for one big party,” designer John Maeda, who has collaborated with Kahn, has said about the artist. Kahn has collaborated with artists as well, creating objects for installations by Bjarne Melgaard.

Misha Kahn, ‘Saturday Morning: Princess Hand Mirror’, 2013, Museum of Arts and Design
Misha Kahn, ‘Saturday Morning: Princess Hand Mirror’, 2013, Museum of Arts and Design
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About the work
Exhibition history
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Design/Decorative Art
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Photo: Clemens Kois
Misha Kahn
American, b. 1989
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Working at the intersection of design and sculpture, Misha Kahn creates objects whose function is masked by the unusual assemblage of objects he uses to create them. Kahn designs his objects by hand with unorthodox materials such as pool noodles and fishing wire and often produces the final work through digital means, creating an interplay between the handmade and the technological. “Misha creates work for a parallel wonderland, where traditional perception of material and structure is pushed to the edges of the room to make space for one big party,” designer John Maeda, who has collaborated with Kahn, has said about the artist. Kahn has collaborated with artists as well, creating objects for installations by Bjarne Melgaard.

Saturday Morning: Princess Hand Mirror, 2013

Resin, glass, aluminum foil
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Museum of Arts and Design is a verified Artsy partner.
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