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for display purposes only
tjaden experimental gallery / 2015

originating from a small island on the southern tip of japan, the square watermelon was initially conceived of as a space-saving solution. the cube, compared to its more curvaceous cousin the ellipsoid, is much better suited for living inside.
featured in domus

w/ michelle chen
many thanks to john lai, max silverstein, and christine pan
funded in part by the cornell council for arts