R for Repair by Hans Tan Studio
When was the last time you thought about repairing a faulty product? Not too long ago, repair was the first response to a broken or worn-out item, until mass consumption made it easier and cheaper to replace.
This exhibition presents a counterpoint to the modern consumerist culture, where repair is either deprecated or ironically deemed extravagant, shifting the concept of repair away from mere restoration and reimagining the role of repair as an inspiring activity that produces aspiring outcomes.
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