Børk No.1 - Blanket Series: VāmācāraVāmācāra is a Sanskrit term meaning “left-handed attainment”. It is used to describe a particular mode of worship or sadhana (spiritual practice). The design features geometric shapes referencing the Icelandic magical staves (sigils), symbols credited with magical effect preserved in various grimoires dating from the 17th century and later.Designed by: Geir Ólafsson
"It’s 2084. Money has been abolished and people exchange information products as tokens of exchange. States have become ungovernable and borders have been redrawn by powerful individuals. Art has fully colonized life and every aspect of daily existence has become aesthetic. What used to be museums have now become data centers. Being is perpetual self-design. No one has a profession. There is no more work. A group of people may meet in a city that was once called Berlin, and there they will discuss the possibilities for independent cultural production…"