Playing Lines. Hermès

Inspired by sports court lines, the installation plays with the rules and assumptions of each game to reveal a set of scenes where tension and surprise are the main characteristics.

A different sport is showcased on each window, mixing objects from the everyday with Hermès products to create a sense of playfulness.

Client: Hermès  Singapore
Photography: Edward Hendricks / Courtesy of Hermès 
Related URL:  www.hermes.com
Year: 2018

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Each of the windows try to capture the tension of some event which is happening or about to happen.

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Hard shadows, typical of tennis matches give depth to the main display which is animated by a fan which incorporate vintage tennis rackets as the blades.

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