Folly Furniture
Lilian Kreutzberger

For Highlight Lilian has developed a series of furniture prototypes using products and technologies provided by Lucoled. By applying these elements in a new and unconventional way, new shapes and possibilities emerge. Folly Furniture combines elements of architecture, display-objects and furniture design. A play with light gives the objects agency over what can be seen and when.

Combining elements of architecture, display-objects and furniture design, a play with light gives the objects agency over what can be seen and when.

As painter and sculptor, Lilian aims to imagine the potentials and the futilities of utopias, urban space and digital space and materialize it into a visual and physical experience. In recent work, she speculates a completely digitized future in which we are surrounded by images and representation. Imagining the surface of interiors and architecture covered with a constantly changing digital skin. In a two dimensional representation notions of materiality, form and function are freed from their physical limitations, qualities of function. A new artistic potential arises when these concepts can interact and be combined in non-hierarchical objects.
For Highlight Lilian has developed a series of furniture prototypes using products and technologies provided by Lucoled. By applying these elements in a new and unconventional way, new shapes and possibilities emerge. Folly Furniture combines elements of architecture, display-objects and furniture design. A play with light gives the objects agency over what can be seen and when.

About Lilian Kreutzberger
Lilian Kreutzberger (b. 1984, the Netherlands), received her MFA from Parsons New School, New York, and graduated from the Royal Academy of Art, the Hague. Kreutzberger’s work has been exhibited at FOAM, the Gemeentemuseum, The Hague; the Royal Palace, Amsterdam; World Expo 2010, Shanghai; The Last Brucennial, NY; The Kitchen, NY.

Kreutzberger was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship, and the Buning Brongers Award for painting. She was selected for residencies at Jan van Eyck Academy, Maastricht, ISCP, Brooklyn, Eyebeam, Brooklyn, amongst others.

 
 

Folly Furniture is presented in collaboration with LucoLed

More information
www.liliankreutzberger.nl