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In Reverse by Ron Arad at Design Museum Holon

by Anna Kopito | 07.07.13

The exhibition, In Reverse, by the Israeli architect and designer Ron Arad, showcases a selection of his work from the past three decades. Arad – who actually designed the Design Museum Holon building in 2010 – is renowned for working with his favorite material metal.

Ron Arad applies destructive processes to mass-produced objects to render them unique. Although they may lose their functionality, they gain value as one-of-a-kind objects. Visitors will find welding and hammering steel in a rudimentary fashion, superplastic aluminium at high temperatures and different crushed object.

In Reverse runs through October 19, 2013. For more details, visit Design Museum Holon’s website.

Check out Goni Riskin’s photos from the opening reception at the Design Museum Holon.

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