'Advanced Relics' Exhibition Design
for Dutch Invertuals, Milan 2016

For their 2016 group exhibition in Milan, Dutch Invertuals asked participants Truly Truly to design the exhibition space. The exhibition was titled 'Advanced Relics'. Meditating on new rituals, new meaning and understanding, the designers represented and manifested these themes in future relics.


The monumental columns, referencing meaningful landmarks from past civilizations, were created to stimulate a feeling of awe and wonder in the space. Part looking back, part looking forward, an abstract pattern covers the pillars, radiating and shifting - a nod
to the ever-increasing digital fabric surrounding us.



“Science will never satisfy the hunger for answers to our
deepest questions.” - Wendy Plomp founder | curator


Invertuals: Studio TrulyTruly, Bastiaan de Nennie, Carlo Lorenzetti, Daniel de Bruin, Edhv, Hongjie Yang, Martina Lasinger, Nel Verbeke,

Tijmen Smeulders.






Project Details


Exhibition space:


3m tall pillars



Printed boards, plaster



Ruy Teixeira