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Contra Projects at Scope Switzerland – Recap

Last week saw the annual art extravaganza that is Art Basel Switzerland, the worlds most prestigious and recognizable international contemporary arts fair. Like many Americans, we'll have to wait until December when the fair returns to Miami before we'll be able to experience it in person, however our good friends over at Contra Projects journeyed out to participate in the subsequent Scope fair. We loved their interactive installation last year in Miami (seen here) and are happy to present a look at the works by Tristan Eaton, HOW & NOSM and TrustoCorp that were on display at their booth this year at Scope Basel.

HOW & NOSM

Last week saw the annual art extravaganza that is Art Basel Switzerland, the worlds most prestigious and recognizable international contemporary arts fair. Like many Americans, we’ll have to wait until December when the fair returns to Miami before we’ll be able to experience it in person, however our good friends over at Contra Projects journeyed out to participate in the subsequent Scope fair. We loved their interactive installation last year in Miami (seen here) and are happy to present a look at the works by Tristan Eaton, HOW & NOSM and TrustoCorp that were on display at their booth this year at Scope Basel.

TrustoCorp

TrustoCorp

Tristan Eaton

HOW & NOSM

Tristan Eaton

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