‘FEELINGS MATTER’ will be showing in the British capital as part of the prestigious London Design Festival.




‘Feelings Matter’ Exhibition

The Printspace
74 Kingsland Road E2 8DL
17th - 25th of September 2016

OPENING EVENT: Thursday 22nd of September - 7pm to 9pm

MOBILAB Gallery present ‘Feelings Matter’ - a collection of work from an international cast of artists all with a focus on the senses and their importance. Specialising in a range of disciplines including sculpture, photography and glass craftsmanship, each piece explores the infinite possibilities the human body can experience with and without stimulation.

One of the highlights of the exhibition being work by French photographer Clément Jolin, who will be sharing a series of previously shown and never before seen images entitled ‘Synesthesia’. As well as this, there will be a collection of work by accomplished Swiss artists and design studios including Matteo Gonet, Atelier Peekaboo, Tonatiuh Ambrosetti, Thevoz-Choquet and Tété Knecht - all of which showcase the excellence of Swiss design, innovation and craftsmanship.

collaborations, curation and commitment to the worlds of art & design.

Born from the idea of bridging the gap between art, collectable editions, and functional pieces of design, MOBILAB Gallery is best described as a ‘design edition gallery’, building relationships with designers, artists and craftsmen to provide truly unique series of work.

In initiating and editing copyrighted design projects, they endeavour to create singular stories that go beyond all industrial production constraints. As a result of this, by collaborating with selected designers on realisations that centre around a set theme, MOBILAB is able to offer limited edition collections that resonate with the desires of every creative eye. It is this commitment to limited editions that positions MOBILAB Gallery projects in the interests of both art collectors and functional design enthusiasts alike, making each object become the receptacle of an individual memory for the viewer.