The film Drop (available exclusively Sedition) presents the viewer with a game of forms and shadows that illustrates, conceptualises and summarises the various thought processes, experiments and the resulting artworks which today make up In Reverse. As if drawing with shadows and disconnected forms, the spectator is able to follow the compression, expansion and resurrection of the Fiat 500. Drop directly references Dry Flowers as well the Roddy Giacosa, and has literally served as blueprint for a sculpture included in the exhibition In Reverse: a frame of the movie was printed with 3D printing techniques.
Arad remains one of the most influential and enigmatic contemporary designers, artists and architects, and his works like the Rover chair or Bookworm bookshelf, to name but a few of his most iconic designs, have brought him international fame and acclaim.
Drop is accompanied by the viola composition Twelve Caprices for Viola - Caprice Nine ("Benjamin"), by Atar Arad.