Purple Art

[September 16 2021]

“Future Shock,” an installation by ERE Foundation & Imruh Asha at 3537, Paris

“Future Shock” defines a certain psychological state of individuals and entire societies; a personal perception of “too much change in too short a period of time”.

ERE, a philanthropic organization connecting creatives and causes through artistic projects, has collaborated with Stylist Imruh Asha and Farago Projects to strike a conversation amongst people from the industry, using creativity to show that a joint effort can lead the way for change. All sculptures in this installation are made from disposed clothing, curated and newly designed by Asha and his team. Brazilian designer, Marco Ribiero was also invited to create a sculpture, completing the collection. The installation is housed by Dover Street Market’s latest initiative; 3537, a progressive space in the Marais dedicated to creation where politics, Activism and Human Intercourse meet Art and Culture in the context of Paris and world beyond.

On view now until September 19th 2021 at 3537

35/37 Rue des Francs-bourgeois, Paris 75004

Photos by Jac Revald

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