Constructs & Glitches was a solo show at The Future Perfect that launched during NYC Design Week 2016.
Christopher Stuart describes his 'Constructs & Glitches' Collection as "sculpture at furniture scale," suggesting its conceptual nature and inherent aesthetic tension. As the name suggests, the collection is comprised of two disparate parts: Constructs, a collection of furniture-inspired pieces of manually distorted geometry; and Glitches, unusual computer distorted pieces that derive their forms from 'glitches' produced by the normally-precise CAD design software.
Material: Mirror Polished Bronze, Wax Finish
Size: L 69" x D 22" x H 30.25" (Base: L 22" x D 22")
One of a kind.
Permanent Collection, Contemporary Design Gallery, Indianapolis Museum of Art.
For inquiries about commissioning a Glitch, please contact The Future Perfect Here.
Photography by Lauren Coleman