Studio Job made two types of “Tit”—a glass lamp in the form of a female breast—although they don’t count as a pair. The straight breast hangs from the ceiling, while the tilted version droops across walls. Studio Job selected this last version for Chamber. They decorate the Job Lounge in the Groninger Museum abundantly, the space inspired by 19th century private clubs for which the lamps were designed. To convey the sense of sophistication, Studio Job used Murano glass manufactured by Venini. Freud associated the breast with excess, as that which is necessary but exceeds what is needed. So, Studio Job have gone beyond the “good” taste of gentlemen’s clubs, transforming the Lounge into a dream landscape in which fantasy and functionality come together.

Medium: Hand-Blown Murano Glass, Gold Plated Steel, LED

Dimensions: 113/4 × 12 × 12 IN

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