anchoring transience
a shelter to ground
earth, industry and self
a crude coexistence
the place between
A Crude Coexistence is a collection of sculptural furniture created by carefully composing rocks found on Hong Kong island with metals fabricated on the industrial streets of Kowloon. The titles of the five pieces in the collection read together as a poem describing the Daniel Kamp’s year-long project exploring the notion of coexistence or ‘harmony despite difference’.
Anchoring Transience
2018
Brass, found rock
420mm x 390mm x 1000mm
A Shelter to Ground
Steel, found rock
320mm x 280mm x 620mm
Earth, Industry and Self
Steel, glass mirror, found rock
300mm x 450mm x 1555mm
A Crude Coexistence
Steel, found rock
400mm x 510mm x 920mm
The Place Between
Neon light, stainless steel, brass, copper, glass, mirror, found rock, electronics.
380mm x 350mm x 2000mm
520mm x 380mm x 1500mm
Anchoring Transience
2018
Brass, found rock
420mm x 390mm x 1000mm
Anchoring Transience
2018
Brass, found rock
420mm x 390mm x 1000mm
Earth, Industry and Self
Steel, glass mirror, found rock
300mm x 450mm x 1555mm
A Crude Coexistence
Steel, found rock
400mm x 510mm x 920mm
The Place Between
Neon light, stainless steel, copper, mirror, found rock, electronics.
380mm x 350mm x 2000mm
Purchase inquiries: daniel@kamp.studio
Coexistence
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Coexistence

A sculptural furniture collection exploring harmony despite difference and comfort in discomfort.
270
2,855
17
Published: