Collective : Numen / For Use

Collective : Numen / For Use

Social Sculpture, Installation

Location : Berlin, Wien, Zagreb


Numen / For Use is a collective working in the fields of conceptual art. Cenography Industrial and spatial design. The group was formed for the first time in 1998. It was a collaboration between industrial designers Sven Jonke. Christoph Katzler. And Nikola Radeljković under the banner For Use.

Collective identity.

In 1999, they established Numen as a collective identity. Covering all projects done outside the field of industrial design. The first companies in the group are characterized by impersonal design experiences. Formal radical reduction. Deeply rooted in the tradition of high modernism. And mainly applied to various synergistic projects of total design in Croatia.


From 2004, after having set up a specific large-scale project. For the production of Inferno at the National Theater Center of Madrid. Numen / For Use is very interested in scenography. Other achievements in theaters across Europe ensue.

Since 2008, the collective focuses on the configuration of objects. Concepts without predefined function. An activity that leads to more hybrid work. And experimental such as the N-Light series and the installation of tapes.



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