Foam board, digital prints, string, disco-ball motor. Circa 4 x 2 x 2 m.
ISO is an acronym for the International Standards Organization and takes its name from the ancient Greek isos, meaning ‘equal’. The iso- prefix is used to denote a parity of values in scientific fields like geometry, physics, and computing. To me ‘ISO’ embodies a principle of equality and a promise of potential unity because technology has the power to bring together people, cultures and ideas.
The triangular structure, an isometric origami, is a volume that dissolves into individual planes, as if it is opening up to let us peer inside. The structure points to the possibilities that neutral and inclusive technologies can offer humanity.
Location: CoSTUME NATIONAL shop, Milano / Photos by Daniele Baldi / Commissioned by CoSTUME NATIONAL