Paradoxity, a black-and-white exhibit with minimalism design, including innovative use of materials, is making waves this Fall in SoHo, Manhattan.
Installations at the exhibit are made from trash which were collected from streets in New York City. Paradoxity features four large settings, Nowhere Station, Green Pollution, Transparent Bathroom, and Addictive Office. These four settings, respectively, illustrate the ideas of the sense of being lost in life, environmental issues, privacy and sexuality issues, and working pressure.
Paradoxity is not only a space for “instagram”.
While encouraging its audience to interact the installations, the team of Paradoxity also prompt the audience to explore these issues further and arrive at a new understanding of their city. Paradoxity will donate its profits to non-profit organizations that are dedicated to environmental issues and sexual politics.
The exhibit is presented by a team of 13 students from the Top 4 NYC’s Design Svhools (Pratt Institute, Parsons School of Design, School of Visual Art and Fashion Institute of Technology) including Jianhao Andy An, Zhihong Fu, Haopeng Lin, Ziwei Liu, Jingyi Wang, Jinghan Hu, Anran Mina Li, Ellen Ren, Liuqing Yang, Chuqiao Lily Liu, Alex Chen, Thyan Zou and Ruihan Xia.
VIsit the exhibit through www.paradoxity-nyc.com