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Woods & Sebastian Wrong
VIVID is proud to present new works by Richard Woods and Sebastian Wrong
Richard Woods is a graduate of The Slade School of Fine
Art. His well-documented work crosses boundaries between art, architecture
and design and is most often made up of exaggerated, garish representations
of traditional British architectural and interior motifs like wooden flooring,
chintz wallpapers, crazy paving or red bricks.
Wrong studied sculpture at Norwich School of Art before forming
his own manufacturing company in 1996 and later co-created the The Lane
design brand that ran for four years. He designed the Spun Light in 2002
(now produced by Flos) and was a co founder and design director of Established
& Sons and taught 'Product Design' at the RCA from 2010 to 2012. He
now runs the Wrong Shop in London.
7 - 10, 2013
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