Based between New York and Athens, and founded by Eleni Petaloti and Leonidas Trampoukis, the Objects of Common Interest studio has made still life its signature, through installations and experimental objects. To get a glimpse of their work, at the crossroads of art, architecture and design, head to the Noguchi Museum in New York, where their creations are confronted with those of the famous American-Japanese artist, as part of the exhibition “Objects of Common Interest: Hard, Soft and All Lit-Up with Nowhere to Go”. Opposite Isamu Noguchi’s late-career basalt and Manazuru stone sculptures, visitors will discover the luminaries “Tube Light I” and “Tube Light II”. In the garden, luminous rocks designed in the 2000s seem to echo those of the 1980s. It is also an opportunity to discover Noguchi’s tenuous links with Greece via the online extension of the exhibition on the museum’s website.
“Objects of Common Interest: Hard, Soft and All Lit-Up with Nowhere to Go”
until February 13, 2022
Noguchi Museum – New York