NYCxDesign: May 2017.
The New York artists meet design through unusual representations: Ed Grander, Jon Bugerman and Hektad.
A live and interactive performance aiming to mingle with aesthetics and graphics.
Ed Granger, multimedia and multidiscipline artist from Southern Louisiana, through the technique of print and digital images, creates remarkable collages: threads and fibers work together in space, line and color techniques.
Hektad is among the pioneers of New York graffiti art: known for his “Love Drunk”, he experiments new means while keeping true to his graffiti tradition. Love is at the core of his production.
Jon Burgerman promotes improvisation and the sensationalization of art. Doodle drawer and often considered the reference point for the very popular “Doodle art”, his production sways between figurative arts, urban art and pop culture, and he question our contemporary world with his subtle humor.
He firmly believes that through play and creativity art can lead to a change in the world, acting as a catalyst for people to change their microcosm.
Three artists, three interpretations of Re-vive, the only armchair in the world with a reclining system perfectly adapting to the body and its movements.
Natuzzi Italia’s exhibition Re-Thinking Re-vive is organized in collaboration with DIFFA, in order to raise awareness on HIV/AIDS and to raise funds for organizations offering medical treatment, healthcare and educational programs in prevention and support of HIV/AIDS patients.