For fun, an artist imagines how would the furniture in a classroom may behave once the school is over. He gives us his vision in a very funny and beautifully crafted video. The least we can say is that these objects know how to party!
Immortal Art is the pseudonym of Nikolaus Vuckovic, an Austrian artist living in Vienna who specializes in video production, photography and sound. He has participated in making numerous advertisements, especially in the TV for the world of fashion.
The latest project of Nikolaus is entitled Crazy Furniture, literally the “mad furniture.” This film treats the furniture as living beings and shows us what the furniture does when schools are empty. The tables, chairs and desks can live peacefully with one another and behave in harmony. They amuse themselves by scaring or imagining being caught in an explosion. These pieces of wood and metal know how to pass the time!
We loved the work done by Nikolaus, we commend him for his talents as a graphic artist and filmmaker. We will not see the furniture in the same way: D. Have you already imagined that the objects had a conscience or they could move themselves?