The objects modelled by the pair include an ice goblet (to be licked, one assumes) designed by Silvia Guasp, a ‘sauceboat resembling an artist’s palette, on which young lovers can mix sauces’ by Isabel Meyer Puente, magnetised fish cutlery ‘replicating the repulsion and attraction of every relationship’ by Victor Benet, and a cruet by Paco Caballer Costa, which focuses on the streaming quality of olive oil. As well as providing the ‘table cloth and violins’, CuldeSac arranged the striking photography, by London-based studio De Barcelona.
The museum will work with research studio Forensic Architecture on the installation, which is inspired by this year’s theme of “emotional states”.
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