Multiply Office and anthony bannwart met during Art Basel Hong Kong 2018 for an artistic picnic.
The performance combine the “Assiette de Fibonacci project” developp by the swiss artist and the urban blanket.
According to the sequence of numbers discovered in 1202 by revered italian mathematician Fibonacci, Swiss artist Anthony Bannwart, created a contemporary art project including a series of sculptures designed with the divine proportions and an highly original plate named L’Assiette de Fibonacci inviting the famous sequence 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 9, 13, 21, 34, … present in the nature and connected to the Golden Number.
L’Assiette de Fibonacci by Anthony Bannwart are an inspiration for gastronomes and chef to challenge themselves with sacred geometry and perspectives led by it’s profound design and food. The plate is certified Swiss made quality produced by Rössler Porzelan.
Throughout his study and practice of Fine Arts in London, earlier in Germany, then internationally, this interdisciplinary artist born in La Chaux-de-Fonds in Switzerland has consistently fulfilled his progressive projects. The titles of his projects clearly evoke his interests which materials translate into space through a unique and atypical interior architecture forged in Switzerland and abroad. Repeated tributes to famous figures, revealing his major influences, are essential to his research. He first feeds his creative process through cycles of reflection. Each cycle is nourished by the contribution of knowledge from various disciplines, which he confronts with modes of expression and materials that he alone chooses to serve his intention.