HERE THERE EVERYWHERE

So you’re looking for a new lamp. While the lamp aisle certainly offers many options, instead of going to the store, try this: First, make a small fire. Then find a large piece of aluminum foil and fold it in half. Fill the foil with bits of plastic you find lying around your house. You may cut the plastic into bits, or throw the pieces in whole. Roll up the edges of the foil to make a pillow and use a bicycle pump to inflate it. Find a long metal stick and attach the mold. Now turn the pillow slowly over the fire like you are cooking a chicken. Careful! After about an hour, take the pillow out of the flames. Keep spinning while it cools. Unwrap the pillow and voila, a lampshade! Now, all you need to find is a light.... 

Here, There, and Everywhere takes the industrial process of rotational molding and distills it into a raw performance of movement, metal, plastic, and fire. Every piece is made by hand in unique aluminum foil molds. The materials are strange blends of plastic: old sand castle forms, buckets, milk crates, powder, straws, shopping bags - and the result is a new and exciting aesthetic. Made in Detroit, USA by experimental designers THING THING - Here, There, and Everywhere is a new world of plastic objects made by hand. 

Here, There, Everywhere was exhibited at the 2015 Shenzhen Hong Kong Bi-City Architecture and Urbanism Biennale