Secret Life of Objects – Mini-Exhibition (and Friday Bar!)

Friday, 22nd May 2015


In object-oriented homes, nothing has special status. Everything exists equally — plumbers, cotton, bonobos, DVD players, and sandstone, for example. The house is built for us as much as it is for objects.

Lets imagine sitting in a house where objects are agents or domesticated robots.

They do stuff for us, they influence us to towards our – and their – goals. They can do the right thing, they can fail, they can do it subtly or also very directly, they can have utilitarian or only emotional value. We can be their main users or objects can be their users.


Come and see a series of projects produced on the Interaction Design Programme as part of a 2 week ‘Secret Life of Objects’ workshop taught by Joshua Noble (Teague, Seattle) and Simone Rebaudengo (Frog, Shanghai).

When: 4-6pm – Friday, May 22nd, 2015

Where: CIID, Toldbodgade 37b, 1253, Copenhagen K, DENMARK (1st floor studio)

If you and your friends would like to join us, let us know here (just so we know how many beers to buy!):secret-life-of-objects-mini-exhibition-and-friday-bar