Japanese Design Today 100

July 10 — August 1, 2004

Kawasaki City Museum, Graphic Gallery, Japan

The exhibition featured 100 designs made between the late 1990s and the present day, with a focus on items commonly used in daily life, and sought to highlight their origins with examples of modern design from the post-WWII period. In response to a request from the organizers for examples of the “A-POC” series, the foundation loaned “A-POC Cotton Baguette” (2000) for display along with animated video footage. Because these items were to be displayed throughout the world over a number of years, they were sorted into units incorporating a shirt serving as a display panel and a small LCD monitor.


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