We were thrilled to exhibit 2 projects at the Flow of Forms/Forms of Flow exhibition in Munich, Germany curated by Kerstin Pinther and Alexandra Weigand.
The exhibition explores the design histories between Africa and Europe in 5 sections: Forms of Modernity, Transform(n)ation, Forms of Participation/Cooperation, Material Morphosos and Forms of Speculation/Speculative Forms.
H++ was featured in the section Forms of Participation/Cooperation with the fundamental question centred around design artefacts made by collectives and how they bring about social or political change.
The second work shown in the Transform(n)ation section is an installation titled Private Atlas: Nigeria 1960. An assemby of everyday objects from the year of Nigeria's independence 1960, shed light on how we relate to our possesions and how political changes affect our identity and ownership of status, culture and image.
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