I love interactive projects. Jeremy Hutchison‘s ‘Err’ project reflects the collaboration between this London based artist and the mass production industry of our everyday objects.
Emails were sent to factories all over the world. These requested that one of the production line workers produce an incorrect version of the product they make every day. 17 dysfunctional objects are shown alongside reams of confused correspondence, FedEx receipts, customs certificates and cardboard packaging.
‘Erratum’ displays the impossible objects resulting from Jeremy Hutchison’s experiment, celebrating fault and irony. This art project could be also regarded as a good design lesson. Inserting error in the standardized production process gave birth to absurd, yet creative stuff.
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