Brain Dead

"The Mycelium Network" exhibition explores fungi through cultural collaboration with Space Available and LA design collective Brain Dead curating works from an international community of artists and designers, including furniture and objects.

This exhibition showcases Space Available's Radical Fungi case study, highlighting mycelium as a sustainable material solution. It aims to connect creators and environmentalists while addressing the harmful effects of toxicity and our wasteful culture. All items in the Mycelium Network exhibition are 100% natural, biodegradable, and can nourish the soil.

The exhibition at Brain Dead's Fabrication Gallery showcases mycelium-based works from various artists and design studios, including Space Available's Mycelium objects, Stools, Meditation Chair, collaborations with Max Lamb using fungi waste from Really Clever, mycelium table lamps by Bewilder, Reishi-based speakers from Myco Audio and Baltimore Loth, and organic mushroom stools by Dean Edmonds.

Singapore National Design Center

SA01 Radical Plastics. Shown as part of the Waste Refinery exhibition at the Singapore National Design Centre.

A showcase of our practices around the recycling of waste plastic, upcycling of cotton t-shirts, and the studies of the Space Available Lab.

Space Available - Works - Singapore Design Centre Exhibition - T Shirt
Space Available - Works - Singapore Design Centre - Turntable - Record Box - Water Bottle

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