Day In, Day Out
The design exhibition that Cercle Cité initially planned this year has been rethought in view of the unprecedented current situation linked to the Covid-19 pandemic. This online project, called Design Decameron, offers a convenient alternative, accessible to everyone, everywhere.
Each Thursday, a new creation will be revealed on Cercle Cité's website and social media (Facebook and Instagram). #designdecameron.
The tenth and final artist to take part in this exhibition is omniscientbeing, with the project Day In, Day Out.
"Neither an observation of my daily life during the quarantine, nor a message of post-Covid hope, Day In, Day Out tells the story of a broken daily life that seems to get weirder and weirder as the days and nights go by, slowly devolving into chaos.
These past months, we have all tried to adapt to our new routines and cope with the situation as best as we can, even going as far as taking up new hobbies. But as the weeks went by, world events seemed to get curiouser and curiouser, leaving one to wonder what catastrophes would befall us next.
Facing these new surprising and unknown situations has rubbed off on our personalities and mental states in a bad way."
The artist's biography :
Mik Muhlen is a Luxembourg based illustrator and designer. After completing a degree in Illustration at the AUB (UK) in 2007, he started working as an independant designer. In 2009, he took up the moniker omniscientbeing. Since then, he has worked on a variety of projects, from illustration to graphic design, over motion design, art direction, installations and mural art to name a few.
His work is mostly influenced by occult and mystical themes and pop culture.
Organized by Cercle Cité, in collaboration with Design Luxembourg and Design Friends
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