Since 2004, Stuart Haygarth has worked on design projects that revolve around collections of objects. These objects are normally gathered in large quantities, then categorized and assembled in a way that transforms their meaning. Haygarth’s work is about giving banal and overlooked objects a new significance, with the finished pieces of work taking various forms such as chandeliers, installations, functional and sculptural objects.
How do you initiate projects?
My projects are generally initiated by finding existing everyday and banal objects that inspire me. My immediate interest in the object is driven by its aesthetic quality, function, narrative, and perhaps where it was found. Only after a period ...