Complément d'objet indirect exhibition

Posted on September 3, 2008 Under Design

Graphic Design is most often used in support of relaying the importance of or attracting people to take notice on a particular subject, but there certain instances when design stands alone, free to be just what it is. Art. The Complément d’objet indirect exhibition presented by Designed in Brussels and featuring the works of six recent graphic designer graduates of Belgium’s Echole De Recherche Graphique, trumpets those rare instances where the graphic object’s relation to it’s surroundings is brought to the forefront instead of focusing on a purposeful functionality. If you find yourself in Brussels on September 13th, we recommend swinging by the opening of this fascinating display.