For three days, at the Palais de Tokyo, three young designers “Talents Audi” emancipate design with Undomestic , an exhibition questioning the body in motion.
Extremely different, the three installations take the visitor into very specific worlds. Self Esteem Shapers by Camille Menard brings together the world of fitness at home and raises awareness of our degree of narcissism amplified by social networks. With Invaders, Teddy Sanches is interested in design as a vector of stimulation between dancers. His textile pieces are worn by hip-hop dancers during incredible “Battles Where the bodies are freed. Finally, Roman Weil revisits the technology of nightclubs with EPU , an immersive sound and plastic installation, made up of kinetic and luminous machines. Freeing design from its usual challenges, these pieces are a must-try!