Shifting Perspectives
Spread over three rooms in the new wing of Museum JAN Rive Roshan has created an immersive display that shifts perspectives through material and colour.
Editions
Spin Vessel Large
The Pleat Vase Large is a large vessel, made out of 3D printed sand in collaboration with Sandhelden.
Pleat Chair
The Pleat Chair 1 is a solid 3D printed sand seating object.
Spin Vessel Small
The Spin Vessel Small is a small vessel for short field flowers or branches, made out of 3D printed sand in collaboration with Sandhelden. It features thin sharps fins that suggest movement and rotation, adding a visual dynamic to the object.
Pleat Vessel
Pleat Vase Medium is made out of 3D printed sand in collaboration with Sandhelden. Sharp pleats blend into fluid round shapes, creating intricate changes of light on the rough surface of the printed sand.
Rive Roshan explores reflective moments of manufactured nature, in a solo exhibition at Museum JAN
Museum JAN presents Shifting Perspectives. The exhibition spans the new wing of the museum in its entirety, responding to its modernist architectural surroundings while presenting the duo’s catalogue of work alongside new, site-specific pieces and installations.
Spread over three rooms in the new wing of Museum JAN Rive Roshan has created an immersive display that shifts perspectives through material and colour.
Rive Roshan explores reflective moments of manufactured nature, in a solo exhibition at Museum JAN
Museum JAN presents Shifting Perspectives. The exhibition spans the new wing of the museum in its entirety, responding to its modernist architectural surroundings while presenting the duo’s catalogue of work alongside new, site-specific pieces and installations.
Spread over three rooms in the new wing of Museum JAN Rive Roshan has created an immersive display that shifts perspectives through material and colour.
Rive Roshan explores reflective moments of manufactured nature, in a solo exhibition at Museum JAN
Museum JAN presents Shifting Perspectives. The exhibition spans the new wing of the museum in its entirety, responding to its modernist architectural surroundings while presenting the duo’s catalogue of work alongside new, site-specific pieces and installations.