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16:59 – Lernert & Sander

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An advertisement for a “boring collection” of grey office furniture, Dutch artists Lernert & Sander rearrange a pattern of desks and accessories into a familiar shape, and then play a game of toss with paper balls. A rhythm emerges. What does it remind you of?

Next: Watch Lernert & Sander play music on a rainbow-colored glass harp.

via It’s Nice That.

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