Friday, May 11, 2012

Payam Askari

'Five glass objects are a bundle of flowers, for which five scents have been especially designed and developed. The scents are unique, distinctive and from different olfactory families to which the objects correspond in their shape and design. Rocking on their rounded base they let the air through, causing the fragrance to lift off.
 Smelling has always been one of the most fascinating and unfiltered ways of understanding the world. Yet our interaction with it is often erratic and unresponsive and in a vision-biased world we are smell-blinded in experiencing most things that surrond us.  Redressing this sensory bias, these objects diffuse the aroma of an entire bouquet, making it visible just by its smell.' 

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