Sempervirens: desirable objects for a sustainable world
The new exhibition of the Jardin des Métiers d'Art et du Design (JAD), to discover from January 18 to May 14, 2023
The Jardin des Métiers d'Art et du Design (JAD) is pleased to announce its new exhibition "Sempervirens: desirable objects for a sustainable world"!
This exhibition presents around twenty designers of objects and as many designers of materials engaged in a sustainable development approach. They have in common a taste for dialogue between design, art and natural materials.
Open to the public from January 18 to May 14 2023, this exhibition presents the challenges of the ecological transition through the prism of excellent know-how and contemporary creation. It compares contemporary design pieces with traditional, reinterpreted or innovative natural materials.
Curated by Grégoire Talon, curator of the exhibition and director of the JAD project, and scenographed by Martin Blanchard, JAD designer, the exhibition is also sober in its scenography made of compressed earth bricks from Cycle Terre, a partner in the project.
These objects and materials, made from marine sediments, tree bark, pine resin, excavated earth from the greater Paris area, Breton or Rouergue sand, bamboo, seaweed or hemp, testify to the singular role that art craftsmen and designers have to assume today: to create desirable objects for a sustainable world.
It invites us to question the fabrication of reality and the heritage we will leave to future generations !
Discover the list of designers and studios invited for this exhibition:
- Tony Jouanneau, designer
- Lucile Viaud, designer
- Atelier George, design studio
- Baptiste Cotten, designer and engineer
- Lisa Dartus & Tom Bussat, designers for Kataba
- Clara Rivière, designer
- Studio Cogitech, design, manufacturing and research workshop
- Samuel Tomatis and Anais Jarnoux, designer and craftsman
- Roxane lahidji, designer
- Studio Corkinho, design studio
- Martin Blanchard, designer
- Cédric Breisacher, designer-sculptor
- Amandine Antunez, craftsman
- Studio Foam, design studio of Caroline Venet focused on materials and processes.
- Pauline Androlus, designer
- Ateliers d'Offard / D'offard Edition, design studio
- RDAI, interior design agency
- Studio Thomas Vailly, designer and researcher
- Alexandre Fougea, designer