In the exhibition, “Antimatière,” curated by SIZED, Studio HAOS explored concerns of our era by carving a singular path, away from both mechanized mass production and opulent craftsmanship, introducing eight pieces employing just two materials, 40x40 aluminum tubes and zinc sheets. This new body of work was accompanied by pieces by artists and designers Omer Arbel, Rich Aybar, and Katerina Jebb. Designer Omer Arbel showcased “71,” a hanging sculpture resulting from the repetitive process that consists of submerging machine bolts wrapped in copper wire into a nickel or copper bath. Sculptor Rich Aybar explored sexual forms in tantalizing shades of amber. Artist, photographer and filmmaker Katerina Jebb's entrancing experimental photographs depicted objects of powerful cultural resonance, captured through the lens of a digital scanner. Antimatière was part of the inaugural edition of the independent design festival, CONTRIBUTIONS, during Paris' art and design week.