Magali Crasset trained as an industrial designer. In the image of one of her emblematic objects, the hospitality column “Quand Jim monte à Paris”, she has developed her own methodology in which she questions the obviousness of the codes that govern our daily lives, the better to free herself from them and experiment.
Magali Grasset’s exhibition at Passages, entitled “La filière imaginaire” (The imaginary chain), is unique in that it is made mainly of cardboard angle irons, developing a fiction that is at once creative, economic and semi-industrial.
The installation is in turn a place where matter grows, a space to rest in, a workshop, a factory, a research space, a laboratory, a production site, and integrates the research carried out during the Workshop with more than fifteen students from the École supérieure de design de Troyes.
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