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Jordan Söderberg Mills

Design Exchange

Jun 10-26, 2016

In a whimsical fusion of science and design, Design Exchange presents Jordan Söderberg Mills’ new series of anaglyphic mirrors that play with physics, perception and colour for a new DX Satellite experience. His works unweave ambient light into spectral colour, creating cascading, stereographic reflections to capture the Hearn for an otherworldly, awe-inspiring encounter. 

Jordan is a recent graduate of Central Saint Martins and has had his work presented at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London Design Festival, National Gallery of Chile and at Milan Design Week. He aspires to become a legitimate wizard one day! 
 

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Jordan Söderberg Mills

Jordan Söderberg Mills is an interdisciplinary artist working in installation, sculpture, and design objects. His work seeks to "hack" our perception by playing with physics and the mechanics of vision.

JSM was born in Ontario, Canada, and studied Art History at Trinity College at the University of Toronto, followed by Architecture at the Universidad Diego Portales, in Santiago, Chile. He apprenticed as a blacksmith with master sculptor Francisco Gazitua in the foothills of the Andes and has recently completed a Master's Degree at Central Saint Martins in London, United Kingdom. Söderberg Mills has given workshops for Tate Britain, and exhibited with the Victoria and Albert Museum, Blythe House, the London Design Festival, and has work in the permanent collection of the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in Santiago, Chile. He has a number of upcoming projects for The Power Plant, AGO, The Design Exchange and Salone del Mobile in Milan. Soderberg Mills' studio practice is based in Toronto (Canada,) Santiago (Chile,) and London, (United Kingdom.) 

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