Misha Kahn A Sponge for Electromagnetic Smog $65,000>
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A Sponge for Electromagnetic Smog is a one-of-a-kind sodalite and bronze table created by Misha Kahn in 2020. Born in Duluth, Kahn is a New York-based designer and sculptor. After graduating from RISD with a degree in furniture design in 2011, he went on to study at Bezalel Academy of Arts & Design as a Fulbright Fellow. His work can be found in numerous public collections including the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Speed Museum of Art, Louisville; and the Corning Museum of Glass. According to design technologist John Maeda, “Misha creates work for a parallel wonderland, where traditional perception of material and structure is pushed to the edges of the room to make space for one big party.




DESIGNER/

Misha Kahn

DATE/

2020

MATERIALS/

Sodalite, bronze

DIMENSIONS/

135 x 135 x 74 cm

STYLE/

Contemporary

HERITAGE/

United States

SHIPS FROM/

New York

$65,000