Ping Pong Shop

Type: Identity, Installation
Year: 2017
With materials of industrial products, woods, and vinyl, I assemble objects that challenge the boundary between mass production and graphic design. Although designed for use, my work convenes a lyrical—rather than functional—association with the consumer.

The conceptual Ping Pong Shop is a recreation of ubiquitous retail stores. The imagery increases the visual sensibility and accessibility of retail products.

Installation work showing at Cranbrook Art Museuma part of 2017 Graduate Degree Exhibition of Cranbrook Academy of Art.

Photo by Paul-David Rearick and Qingyu Wu

Vinyl, Pine Woods, Steel, Ping Pong Balls, Acrylic.

10 x 10 x 15 feet