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April 28, 2015
Third student-designed piece to be installed in contemporary art museum
By Alyssa Brown
It’s more comfortable than it looks, as visitors to the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Cleveland will discover.
“Ribbon Bench,” designed by CIA junior Justin Henry, will be the next piece of CIA-student-designed furniture installed at MOCA and its designer is thrilled.
“I love MOCA because the building itself is really cool,” Henry said. “It allowed us as designers to immerse ourselves into that architecture and get inspired by it.” Henry was equally inspired by the architecture of an eel, appropriately named the ribbon eel.
A non-traditional student who enrolled at CIA with a degree in manufacturing engineering, Henry paired his...continue reading
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