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Denver, Colorado 80205
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Your Rocky Mountain showroom for modern furniture, kitchens, closet systems, lighting and accessories, representing: B&B Italia, Bocci, Minotti, Poliform, Flexform, Hastens, Roll and Hill, USM, Ligne Roset and Walter Knoll

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The Hyland Mather art installation at Studio Como

Tyler Hardie

The Lost Object

This installation is created by Amsterdam based artist Hyland Mather as part of his ongoing ‘lost objects’ project.

Created entirely from discarded materials gathered in the Rino district of Denver, this install is in keeping with his method of arriving at a site with no set plan.

‘I never know what I’ll find, but I’m always confident I’ll find what I need, or better yet, what is needed’, says Hyland.

‘It is an almost romantic feeling I get for the objects I find and work on. I apply a kind of weird spiritualism to the materials… I like to think of them as having a first ‘life’. After they have outlived their usefulness and they are thrown away; abandoned, discarded or lost, they are rediscovered by me, and made somehow new again… but not too new (they have to maintain a kind of ‘artifact’ feel for me). I like to think of the lost objects themselves as ‘stoked’ that they are becoming something else. It’s really silly to apply this kind of romantic or emotional stamp to inanimate objects, but I don’t care. It’s a fun feeling in my head.’

‘I’m probably an Anarchist if I needed to apply a dogma to my life, but Taoism is a philosophy I really enjoy and Zen plays a big part in my large scale pieces. Zen masters before the 20th century did not generally consider their painting or calligraphy to be ‘art’ but rather just part of their practice. I like that thought very much. When I make my large scale paintings, or lost object installations there is a real Zen feel to the whole process for me for several reasons. First, I find my process very meditative and secondly aesthetically I am always trying to find a ‘balanced’ feeling in my work. I rarely start with a fully formed plan whenI make, and I only know a piece is finished when it feels balanced.’

Hyland Mather has had recent solo exhibits in London, New York, Los Angeles, and Berlin. His work is part of the permanent collection at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum and Frost Museum in Miami.

Follow him on instagram @thelostobject

Snow White By Vondom

Tyler Hardie

RIBA ESCORXADA TERRACE

The Riba Escorxada terrace is located in one of the most dynamic areas in the Grandvalira Ski Resort, where nightlife takes place in Andorra. Vondom has been in charge of designing and furnishing the terrace, creating different environments with collections Pillow, Moma, Solid and Kes

The Richard By B&B Italia

Tyler Hardie

Beautiful Inspiration from Antonio Citterio and B&B Italia. Learn more about the Richard collection here

We love being a part of this neighborhood.

Tyler Hardie

50 + Artists, 1 Week, Graffiti Strikes Back! The Crush is on a mission to celebrate art, urban beautification, creativity, and culture by enriching the community through an arts festival like no other. Centered around empowering artists' creativity, the Crush is committed to reflecting and diversifying the urban landscape and the unique voice of the community. The Crush brings art out of the gallery and into the streets. A collaborative effort with the River North Art District (RiNo), the Crush establishes a new definition of what art can mean in Denver, how people experience art, and how artists connect with the public.