Space Time, the film that preferred to be a book. A book is a space time sequence. The publication is the continuation of the exhibition “Arrêt sur Image”, which took place at the Villa Noailles in the summer of 2017 and opened during the Design Parade Festival. The exhibition presented a pause in an emerging sequence through 3 walls showing the various facets of the office: design, drawing and research. Space Time gives insight into Jeglinska’s practice presented in the form of a three-chapter film. Subtitles on the pages guide the viewer/reader and slowly introduces the audience to Jeglinska’s world. The publication starts within the four walls of the office, showing the physical space and then bounces to works in the field of product and furniture design, exhibition. It also explores her curatorial projects completed since setting up her own office 6 years ago. The film/publication shows works created for clients such as Ligne Roset, Kvadrat, 1882 ltd, Autor Rooms, London Design Biennale and the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw.
Olivier Lebrun, a long time collaborator with whom Jeglinska realized in 2010 “the Lift & the Space/Object”, designed the publication. Contributions include “The World Famous Drinking Chair,” a short story about Jeglinska’s 2014 “Little Black” chair by Disegno Magazine Editor-in-Chief Oli Stratford, and an exclusive series of photographs by Katrin Greiling commissioned especially for the publication.
Published by Villa Noailles, Hyères. The exhibition and the publication were kindly supported by Instytut Adama Mickiewicza, Institut Polonais de Paris, PURO Hotels, Kvadrat, and Swiss Typefaces, Type Design Agency.