Otherothers has been invited by former Domus editor Joseph Grima to contribute to his exciting project as part of Domus' landmark thousandth issue.
"In honor of Domus and the extraordinary vision of its audacious founder, we're going to stage the most radical and extraordinary happening of architecture, design and art ever seen. The thing is, we won't see it either, as it will take place after we're all gone.
We are asking all those friends who made our years at Domus so extraordinary - designers, artists, architects, photographers, writers, thinkers, makers and provocateurs - to contribute a project to a happening that will take place on occasion of the publication of Domus issue 2000. If it continues at its current rate, allowing for a pause here and there, this exhibition should take place in 2104."
Three time capsules have been buried in America, Africa and Eurolandia with projects from contributors including Tomas Saraceno, Selgas Cano, Tatiana Bilbao, Eva Franch i Gilabert and many more. We are excited about the project and look forward to our descendants enjoying the exhibition in 2104!