For this year’s London Design Festival, Outline Editions has invited Noma Bar to create a one-man show, the centrepiece of which will be his brand new installation, Cut It Out.
Cut It Out is an interactive sculpture which will allow viewers to create their own Noma Bar prints. Based on a manual embosser, the bespoke, large-scale punching machine will cut out exclusive Noma Bar designs with the remaining negative space forming the image. The gallery visitor can take any piece of paper (GF Smith), choose from a variety of Noma's designs, and manually feed the paper into the machine, creating their own cut-out print that will be signed and numbered as part of a limited edition series. The prints and cut-outs will range in price from £10 to £300. With this simple and clever new work, Noma is delving deeper into his recurring theme of negative space. Alongside Cut It Out, Noma will also be exhibiting a range of other new prints.
Following the London Design Festival, ‘Cut It Out’ will travel North to the Baltic Exchange in Gateshead for their 2011 Design Event Festival, 14th-18th October.
CUT IT OUT - Image Making Machine by Noma Bar
Create your own bespoke Noma Bar artwork + an exhibition of exclusive cut-outs & screenprints
• 17th - 30th September
• Gallery open Monday-Saturday
• 11am - 7pm
94 Berwick Street
London, W1F 0QF
Check out more of Noma's work here: www.dutchuncle.co.uk/Noma-Bar
Visit www.outline-editions.co.uk for more info about the exhibition.