IKEA Hacked 28 April – 3 February 2019

IKEA Hacked

28 April – 3 February 2019

‘Hacking’ something means creating something new from something you already have. For the IKEA Hacked exhibition, artists and designers have used IKEA products to make completely new furniture and artworks. The only limit is their imagination!

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From a Distance 4 by Hisae Ikenaga.

A ‘hack’ can be a major or a minor one. It can be a small change, such as replacing the legs on a KLIPPAN sofa, or more advanced treatment, such as making a 3D printer out of a LACK table. The most important thing is the enjoyment of changing an existing object into something personal and completely unique.

Unikea by Kenyon Yeh. Photo Studio Kenyon Yeh.


Platonic Suns by Daniel Saakes. Photo Daniel Saakes.

I utställningen IKEA HACKED möter du verk av fler än 30 internationella konstnärer, arkitekter och formgivare som alla använder produkter från IKEA som arbetsmaterial. Några av deltagarna jobbar på plats i utställningen.


Simulacra by Bas van Beek.

The IKEA Hacked exhibition features the work of more than 30 international artists, architects and designers, all of whom have used IKEA products as their starting point.


Our workshop gives you the chance to create something completely unique from old IKEA products. Take it home, or leave it to inspire the next visitor.

The exhibition also features several interactive installations for visitors of all ages to get hands-on with. Create a digital hack using our touchscreens, or be inspired by the artists and create something completely unique yourself from old IKEA products. The only limit is your imagination.

IKEA Hacked

28 April – 3 February 2019

‘Hacking’ something means creating something new from something you already have. For the IKEA Hacked exhibition, artists and designers have used IKEA products to make completely new furniture and artworks. The only limit is their imagination!

A ‘hack’ can be a major or a minor one. It can be a small change, such as replacing the legs on a KLIPPAN sofa, or more advanced treatment, such as making a 3D printer out of a LACK table. The most important thing is the enjoyment of changing an existing object into something personal and completely unique.

test-eng

From a Distance 4 by Hisae Ikenaga.

Unikea by Kenyon Yeh. Photo Studio Kenyon Yeh.

Platonic Suns by Daniel Saakes. Photo Daniel Saakes.

The IKEA Hacked exhibition features the work of more than 30 international artists, architects and designers, all of whom have used IKEA products as their starting point.

Simulacra by Bas van Beek.

The exhibition also features several interactive installations for visitors of all ages to get hands-on with. Create a digital hack using our touchscreens, or be inspired by the artists and create something completely unique yourself from old IKEA products. The only limit is your imagination.

Our workshop gives you the chance to create something completely unique from old IKEA products. Take it home, or leave it to inspire the next visitor.