V&A London: In the Palm of Your Hand, exhibiting prototypes from Hands of X at Friday Late event

Graham Pullin (Artist), Andrew Cook (Artist)

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    Abstract

    Exhibition Date: 31 January 2020
    Venue: V&A Design Museum, London

    Can prosthetic hands be obviously artificial but resolutely unremarkable? And how can we give wearers a chance to specify a hand that really feels like theirs? Hands of X is a project about prosthetic hands, fashion and ownership. Explore prototype hands in a plethora of materials and specify your own hand influenced by fashion accessories and domestic products. This activity was designed by Andrew Cook and Graham Pullin with V&A Dundee for the exhibition Hands of X: Design Meets Disability, 2019.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationLondon, UK
    PublisherV&A London
    Media of outputOther
    Publication statusPublished - Jan 2020

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      Cook, A., 2020, University of Dundee.

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