Echo

Adam Goodrum

ECHO

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During collaboration with local ceramic artisans, Adam saw beauty in the broken and imperfect objects, discarded by the maker.   
Re-contextualising these 'mistakes' with an evolved take on the Japanese technique of Kintsugi, the artefacts were further broken, coloured with dye, then re-assembled.
The result is a celebration of artefacts once considered defective, reborn through an exploration of colour. 

Adam Goodrum grew up in Western Australia then moved to Sydney to study Industrial Design. Since graduating he has received many accolades including the 'Young Designer of the Year' and the prestigious ‘Bombay Sapphire Design Award’. In 2007 he was selected as one of the most influential Australians in the Bulletin Magazine “Smart 100” - Design and Architecture. In 2015 Adam received the Indesign Luminary award and his installation “Unfolding” won the NGV Riggs Prize.

Focusing on furniture, product and interior design his work unifies functionality with aesthetic. Central to much of Adams work is his fascination for movement, geometry and bold colour.

His practice combines self-initiated work with an impressive list of clients including Cappellini, Alessi, Normann Copenhagen, Tait and Cult. Adam is also a founding member of Broached Commissions.

Adam’s work has been published and showcased throughout the world and is collected by Museums.

30cm x 30cm x 10cm

Ceramic

2016

Sydney, Australia

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