NESTA invited Scott Jarvie to showcase the Atlas Project in their London Headquarters. The exhibition consisted of the Atlas Chair and Table plus two sculptural pieces that underpinned the thinking behind the project.
The Atlas Sculptural Screen is a scaled up fragment of the Atlas Chair. It served to visually unite the individual pieces on display and shared their conceptual lineage. Whilst being facilitated by modern technology, all of these pieces represent a timeless cornerstone in art, design and innovation – where the mind is able to assimilate a resolved mental image from primitive visual cues.
The National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts in the United Kingdom was established by an Act of Parliament in 1998 to help maximise the UK’s creative and innovative potential. NESTA’s mission is to transform the UK’s capacity for innovation by investing in early stage companies, informing innovation policy and encouraging a culture that helps innovation to flourish.
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