Leading contemporary design gallery The Future Perfect announced its fourth installment of “Casa Perfect,” a moving gallery space that houses uniquely curated collections inspired by each home it resides in. The new Casa Perfect LA will open in a Trousdale Estates home designed by Raul R. Garduno in 1971. An exhibition of new works by artist Matthew Day Jackson, dubbed the “Wonky” collection, will be on display.
Jackson created a furniture collection imbued with a sense of chaos and comedic performance using only basic tools and without taking any precise measurements. His playful and introspective approach to materials results in imprecise pieces that showcase his human touch, humor and vulnerability. Painted surfaces are uneven, bubbles appear in fiberglass and symmetry is never achieved. Highlights of the collection include colorful furniture made out of cardboard, epoxy and fiberglass, as well as a chair and stool resembling blown balloons.
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After a long ski vacation in Wyoming the WONKY chair couple and their WONKY octuplet stools are heading back to LA to the new Casa Perfect which is opening during Frieze LA.Their green WONKY table home has been freshly cleaned and waiting for their arrival. These are all made of cardboard, epoxy and fiberglass painted with automotive paint. @thefutureperfect #wonky