In Intimate Future we search within ourselves and look at the horse who is back in the city. We pick up on communication that is not based on words but emotions, trust, intuition, movement and touch. We rest the tongue and allow body-language to take over.
Third year students in Iceland Academy of the Arts in Product Design have designed the exhibition Intimate Futures under the supervision of Tinna Gunnarsdóttir and Friðrik Steinn Friðriksson, where the subject was the Icelandic horse. From their research they designed unspecific world in time and space where the Icelandic horse has returned back to the urban city. In such a society where horses and men live in an intimate connection with each other, conditions are created for moments, not only for our physical needs, but also for our emotional needs.