"Retain & Radiate": the virtual exhibition by Second White for Fuorisalone 2022

News, Appointments, Milan — 13 June 2022

Buildings and works that can be replicated in our era of digital transformation are reflected in surreal landscapes that combine second-white technology and metaverse technology, from June 5.

Second White, a design agency based in Korea and China, presents a virtual exhibition which expresses their identity through architecture, furnishings, and objects.


As part of the 'Retain and Radiate' series, Second White has created a surreal landscape that utilizes metaverse technology and the design of Second White to embrace (implicitly) the time Second White has walked so far, and radiate it anew in the virtual realm. As a result, designers and artists are given important clues and new ideas regarding Digital Transformation, which is a hot topic in the pandemic age. The exhibition can be viewed anytime, anywhere via URL link.


Architecture and all the artworks in this exhibition propose an aesthetic of balance between things that require time (inherent) and things that emerge. In a transitional period when all the time and space that humanity has developed up until now is being transferred to the virtual world, visitors will be able to experience Second Space, an environment that will allow them to firmly embrace the time of mankind and radiate it anew.


In addition, Second Stone delivers stones containing traces of space and time convey a journey that deeply penetrates the space while simultaneously attracting its own symbolism. A new reason for visitors to connect reality and the virtual world is given by the slogan, "Only the Essentials Remain and the Rest All Permeate."


A company specializing in designing products that are aesthetically harmonious with nature, Second White has been at the forefront of high-tech industrialization. In their words, "We wish to use the occasion of this exhibition to promote Second White both inside and outside the worlds.


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