We live in an age of deep social, political and economic change.
This exhibition proposes to look at and discuss some of the visible and invisible by-products of the shifting ground on which we stand.
Produced especially for the exhibition, the pieces borrow from the ‘low’ and the ‘high’, adapting the tropes of the epic tapestry to a contemporary context.
Jonas Berthod is a designer and researcher who studied at ECAL (Switzerland) and RCA (London). He runs an independent practice dealing with his overlapping interests in design, research and teaching. Research, as an integral part of his practice, is explored through self-directed design projects, giving talks and workshops, and writing. He is a lecturer in Critical History of Design and in Design Research at ECAL, Lausanne.