Friedman Benda announces Design in Dialogue, a new video interview series hosted by design critic Glenn Adamson
DESIGN IN DIALOGUE – Episode 1. Misha Kahn
We are thrilled to launch today Design in Dialogue, Friedman Benda’s new video interview series hosted by design critic Glenn Adamson.
Occurring every Wednesday @ 11am EST, Design in Dialogue will feature interviews with the gallery’s roster of designers. Each episode will be followed by a public Q&A, allowing viewers to submit questions via Zoom’s chat section.
For Design in Dialogue’s first episode, Glenn Adamson will lead a 45-minute discussion and Q&A with designer Misha Kahn – one of the most provocative and exciting voices in contemporary design today.
Known for his playful, irreverent designs, immersive environments, and experimental techniques and materials, exploring a work by Kahn is a bit like stepping into another world. Kahn is highly experimental in both his technique and his materials of choice, using everything from concrete and aluminum to paint, resin, hand-blown glass and even grass. Nothing is off-limits in Kahn’s work; his projects range from climbing walls for cats and an underwater playground – to funky-functional housewares and accessories. His most recent solo exhibition Soft Bodies, Hard Spaces currently on view at Friedman Benda marks a particularly exciting moment in his career.
Be sure to join our mailing list and follow us on our social media channels to learn about upcoming Design In Dialogue episodes, including designers Chris Schanck, Faye Toogood, OrtaMiklos, among others.
Media Contact: Christina Allan