A nomadic museum designed by Japanese architect Shigeru Ban has materialised on the west side of Manhattan.
As a cultural force, design is taken less seriously than art. Why is that, especially when the distinction between the two disciplines is becoming increasingly hard to locate? Isn’t it time we celebrated design as the meeting of art and everyday life?
“Last week I wanted to pack it all in,” says Jasper Goodall. “I have that every few months. It’s so depressing that I don’t want to do this any more. There’s this horrible realisation that one of the reasons I did art was so that people would think I was cool. It was all rubbish really. But it worked.”