Audrey Large. Metamorphosis Signals” by Barbara Brondi and Marco Rainò, published by Quodlibet
Amid so many legendary figures, there is also room for a designer who is young yet already established and highly appreciated internationally. Born in 1994 and a graduate of the Design Academy Eindhoven, Audrey Large independently creates physical 3D printed objects that look digital, with their geometries verging on the limits of the plausible and iridescent appearance. Constantly poised between the real and the immaterial, they trigger reflection on how deceptive perception can be, and how the myriads of virtual images in our society influence the way we approach what is actually entirely tangible. The monograph that Barbara Brondi and Marco Rainò, architects and curators, have devoted to the designer is bound up with her participation in the IN Residence creative residency program. A second volume, also published by Quodlibet, explores the work of the Norwegian Sigve Knutson.