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EFF LIBILBÉHÉTY
DESIGNER OF INTERACTIONS


As a tool to question customs, Eff’s work is not to look at but to experience. Using medium as graphic design, sound landscape and moving images, sculpture or spatial design, their practice is based on theoretical research and exploration of performative bodies. Thematics such as nomadicity, hacking, order, and chaos are used to explore interactions (between living organisms, culture, technologies) within power structures. < MORE

INDEX OF > MOVEMENT

ACTION

SIZE

DESCRIPTION

PREVIEW

COOKING

Costume, public architecture

A modern stone-age kitchen made of rocks

SWIMMING

Installation

Humans need to feel small in front of an unleashed nature

LIVING

Movable living home

Division of space and humans obstruct access to dignity

IMAGINING

Publications

Division of space and humans obstruct access to dignity

SITTING

Public square

A space for encounter in a sleeping neighbourhood

FINDING

Signage

Active discovery to be lost again

PLAYING

Public architecture, game

Hack the city and play the architecture

INDEX OF > STATIC

ACTION

SIZE

DESCRIPTION

PREVIEW

HOSTING

Pavilion, posters, signage

A pragmatic and inclusive academie, to celebrate architecture

LISTENING

Novel, film, sculpture

Decentralize narratives from the collapsing human perspective

DISCUSSING

Performance, installation

Is interaction in the new media still a conversation?

MEDITATING

Public architecture

Experience full awareness through architecture

FEELING

Publication

A square contains thousands of emotions

WATCHING

Graphic identity, signage

Exhort alternative language and senses

INDEX OF > COLLECTION

ACTION

SIZE

DESCRIPTION

PREVIEW

PILING

Exhibition, photography

Possessing, trashing, emptying spaces

QUESTIONING

Publications, photography

The world is large and the architecture global

BUILDING

Exhibition, photography

Urbanity is no function, just patterns

CONFRONTING

Publication, photography

Nature too!

TRIMMING

Exhibition, photography

Somes see faces in bread ; I see squares in trees

TRAVELING

Exhibition, photography

Is humans spectator or maestro?