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Scene from Hands Off at the Museum of Craft and Design in San Francisco

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on April 13, 2016
Scene from Hands Off at the Museum of Craft and Design in San Francisco

The installation included ByBorre’s quilted BatoMa Spectrum Cycle "tower," produced by a mattresses quilting company. Created by Amsterdam’s Borre Akkersdijk the quilted stitching is designed so that the fabric can be used for mattresses or be easily cut—without destroying the quilting—into garment shapes. See the award-winning video that illustrates the process by Niel Hoebers.

In the foreground, a hollow gold object called Sleeping Gold by exhibition/interior designer Grietje Schepers constantly expands and contracts. It changes shape like a living, breathing companion in the room thanks to a concealed air pump. 

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