Kenneth lebt ein trostloses Leben bis er im Internet die, eigens nach seinen Wünschen entworfene, Sexpuppe Nikki ordert. Mit ihrer Hilfe erobert er seine Traumfrau und treibt seine Karriere voran. Doch dann entwickelt Nikki ein äußerst eifersüchtiges Eigenleben...
Light Object 014 is a wall lamp composed of an acrylic tube, brass components, and LED lights. This object can be adjusted by length and by position, creating a soft and warm glow. This model was designed in 2018 and weighs 1 kg. The length is adjustable from 40-80 cm.
SCHRANK by the designer and architect Yasmine Benhadj-Djilali embodies both luxury and order and allows for a degree of adaptability otherwise seen only in classical travelling cases. The unexpected contrast between the wardrobe’s stark exterior and soft interior underlines the value of the things one would like to keep in it. SCHRANK can be opened and closed along its central axis and set up in any intermediate position. When closed, it dominates the space around it with its sculptural presence. When opened, it reveals a soft leather-upholstered interior as a perfect protective environment for clothes and other favorite objects. Drawing on the principles of classical modernism, the wardrobe combines the character of an autonomous architectonic object with exceptional workmanship and attention to detail. The piece is mounted on wheels and may be opened along its central axis, revealing compartments and a clothes rail, and a leather-upholstered interior. It is made from white lacquered MDF on the exterior, and cognac-colored Madras leather on the interior, with single button upholstery. When open, the piece measures width 100 cm, and depth 50 cm.
This collection of essays on the philosophy of love, by leading contributors to the discussion, places particular emphasis on the relation between love, its character and appropriateness and the objects towards which it is directed: romantic and erotic partners, persons, ourselves, strangers, non-human animals and art. Kate Abramson, Indiana University, USA Aaron Ben-Zeev, University of Haifa, Israel Jan Bransen, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands Elizabeth Drummond Young, University of Edinburgh, UK Daniel Gustafsson works at the intersections of philosophy, theology and the arts Tomá Hejduk, University of Pardubice, Czech Republic Magdalena Hoffmann, University of Bern, Switzerland Angelika Krebs, University of Basel, Switzerland Michael Kühler, Münster University, Germany Adam Leite, Indiana University, USA Katrien Schaubroeck, University of Antwerp, Belgium Aaron Smuts, Rhode Island College, USA
The Love Object:Selected Stories of Edna O´Brien. Main Edna O´Brien