Anonymous Artists invited myself and four other designers and artists to do an artist in residency.
During the course of 10 days, myself, Lizzie Mary Cullen, Jessica Light, Natalie Moore and Zoe Murphy, explored the parameters of the given hypothetical ideology -Wonderlandism, by creating work ranging from textiles, ceramics, furniture, illustration and installation. Our creative process and evolving work was on display to the public in a derelict shop in the heart of the Brompton Quarter, London.
This is where the first ever Hybreed chair was born.
“Wonderlandism is all about tapping into surrealist visions, mad-cap ingenuity and off the wall thinking. It combines the acid driven visions of the sixties and the opium fueled Victorian tales with Daliesque ways of interpreting the world around us. It’s a fantastical vision of the world where anything can combine and anything is possible, where objects do not need to have a purpose or necessarily need to make sense. It’s a movement that infuses its creations with narrative and social commentary in order to question the status quo”. Anonymous Artisits