When it got here time to launch Marset’s Theia desk lamp, they invited rising artists – Sonia Rentsch (set designer) and Robin Stein (photographer) – as a part of their Younger Skills initiative to shoot the brand new marketing campaign for them. The lamp, designed by Mathias Hahn, was shot in an summary area with easy curtains and draped materials. Punctuated by random human limbs that create “motion, stress, and concord with each gesture,” the pictures mirror the lamp’s personal shape-shifting talents.
The Theia lamp shows each mild and shadow with the assistance of two half spheres that rotate and intersect as mild is emitted, mirrored, and absorbed.
“The Greek goddess of the solar, the moon and the daybreak. Illustrating her altering faces by the usage of expressive human arms we envisioned the likelihood that Theia come to life – limbs extending from material with an imagined physique past,” says Sonia Rentsch, set designer. “Balancing each solar and moon we integrated each white and black palms as variations of evening and day – the merging of each mild and shadow into one character.”
I believe what’s highly effective about working in a visible medium like images or design is that storytelling can tackle extra ambiguous, interpretive and nuanced kinds than it might in lots of written or extra literal codecs. I believe this permits a growth of tales in an intuitive and non-linear means – I believe that means that you can get at some concepts that exist in a much less tangible realm – they exist in a form of gray space of that means and non-linear narratives.
– Robin Stein, photographer