Fear and Love is the inaugural exhibition at the all new Design Museum. The exhibition sets out to present the role design plays in tackling the major issues of our time and features 11 installations by designers including OMA/AMO, Hussein Chalayan, Andrés Jaque and Metahaven, each exploring an issue that inspires both anxiety and optimism.
The exhibition’s title is intentionally emotive, aiming to communicate an atmosphere in which life is less stable and predictable than we remember: rising sea levels, surveillance networks, robotics and prosthetic limbs.
The images we made in present a surreal landscape which draws a fine line between reality and fiction, touching on subjects as diverse as rising sea levels, surveillance networks, robotics and prosthetic limbs ☞.
In collaboration with OK-RM.