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    Final project(MA) from Royal Danish School of Design- DKDS The project tittle “Objects with roots - the marriage of two cultures" is about mixed… Read More
    Final project(MA) from Royal Danish School of Design- DKDS The project tittle “Objects with roots - the marriage of two cultures" is about mixed marriages and their mix and match of wedding rituals. The project is based on Interviews with couples in a danish-foreigner marriage. There are three rooms in the exhibition: "Insight", "Overview" and "Conclusion" "Insight": A scenario were we meet the wedding rituals through personal stories. "Overview": A display of the very simple cultural objects like a shoe or a broken glass with the rituals attached in a description. "Conclusion": A sculpture which melts the cultures together in a new life with roots in the universal basic culture. quotes: “they begin clinking on the dishes and my husband pulls me up on the chair, I understand nothing” “The wedding waltz and "Kvinde min" by Kim Larsen sung by a brasilian who do not speak danish” “I am in a white wedding dress and Reebook sneakers” “it's almost like the bridal waltz, that thing” “and that is probably the most strange thing for my wife who comes from a country where rice is the main food” “and then some more food and then cleaned up and then some more food again” Read Less
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Final project(MA) from Royal Danish School of Design- DKDS
The project tittle “Roots - the marriage of two cultures" is about mixed marriages and their mix and match of wedding rituals.
The project is based on Interviews with couples in a danish-foreigner marriage.
quotes:
“they begin clinking on the dishes and my husband pulls me up on the chair, I understand nothing”
“The wedding waltz and "Kvinde min" by Kim Larsen sung by a brasilian who do not speak danish”
“I am in a white wedding dress and Reebook sneakers”
“it's almost like the bridal waltz, that thing”
“and that is probably the most strange thing for my wife who comes from a country where rice is the main food”
“and then some more food and then cleaned up and then some more food again”