Studio S II was co-founded by longtime collaborators Erica Sellers and Jeremy Silberberg.
S II designs outside the binary. Their work subverts traditional categorization by challenging the boundaries of utilitarianism. By integrating science fiction, astronomy, queerness, and the anthropology of art, their work conjures a cinematic uncanniness.
Erica holds a BFA in Industrial Design from Rhode Island School of Design and has over a decade of experience in fine art. She was Head of Production for Tavares Strachan, and led installations at the 55th and 57th Venice Biennales, Prospect 3. New Orleans, the 57th Edition of the Carnegie International, SF MoMA, and Marian Goodman Gallery. After co-founding S II in 2020, Erica competed on Ellen’s Next Great Designer on HBO Max.
Jeremy holds a BFA in Film from Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA in Interior Design from Pratt Institute. He worked for AD100 architecture firm Charlap Hyman & Herrero, Sachs Lindores, and in production design for film and television.
Studio S II is featured in the spring ‘23 OTRAS FORMAS exhibition and in VOLTA New York ‘23.
The studio’s own Gallery S II—showcasing their interiors and collectible design alongside fellow designers—launches summer ‘23.
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Studio S II Designs Cinematic, Sculptural Furniture - Storytelling and friendship make for magical design in Bushwick, Sixtysix Magazine, Nov. 2021