Martina Taranto

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London, UK

Artist-designer-innovator. Ethical reactions through fascinations characterize Martina Taranto’s design language. Through narratives, she proposes futures built on synergies.

Born and raised in Sicily, she’s grown with and being influenced by the intense presence of natural, folkloristic and mystical elements. A primordial tacit culture, made of symbols, subtexts and unspoken emotions, permeated and shaped Martina’s creative sensibility, who intends to investigate and envision a world built on tangible materiality and delicate symbolic messages.

Martina’s work wants to materialise something that is not purely functional, that has a hidden, latent purpose with a leverage on instinctive feelings, active at a second intellectual level of the user’s consciousness. Cultural and contextual awareness is what she’s interested in building. The approach to design is holistic, and emerges from a background that combines a range of disciplines, from energy engineering to product design. Martina’s work and training gravitate towards the necessity to find a compromise and a fluid dialogue between knowledge, humanity and the environment.

RELATIVISTIC OBJECTS

‘Relativistic Objects’ challenges contemporary behaviours and life habits related to the way we conceive and perceive the passing of time. These objects speak to anyone interested in redefining the way we approach and experience our lives, and emphasize the importance of physical interaction.

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‘Relativistic Objects’ challenges contemporary behaviours and life habits related to the way we conceive and perceive the passing of time. These objects speak to anyone interested in redefining the way we approach and experience our lives, and emphasize the importance of physical interaction.

RELATIVISTIC OBJECTS

RELATIVISTIC OBJECTS

‘Relativistic Objects’ challenges contemporary behaviours and life habits related to the way we conceive and perceive the passing of time. These objects speak to anyone interested in redefining the way we approach and experience our lives, and emphasize the importance of physical interaction.

RELATIVISTIC OBJECTS

‘Relativistic Objects’ challenges contemporary behaviours and life habits related to the way we conceive and perceive the passing of time. These objects speak to anyone interested in redefining the way we approach and experience our lives, and emphasize the importance of physical interaction.

Now on Sale
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‘Relativistic Objects’ challenges contemporary behaviours and life habits related to the way we conceive and perceive the passing of time. These objects speak to anyone interested in redefining the way we approach and experience our lives, and emphasize the importance of physical interaction.

RELATIVISTIC OBJECTS

Martina Taranto