We’re surrounded by many materials doing their task anonymously upon the moment we dispose them. Though being only of practical use to us, their inferior role conveys great aesthetics. Both in functional construction, as well as in their beautiful textures and natural colour shades. Martine Viergever explores flaunting values being found in disposables; precious materials such as silver and lamb nappa leather are put to the test to justify their practical implementations in these materialistic dialogues.
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