Ideas That FlyMay 2013
Practice is a curious self-parody that skims the latitude of the familiar, appropriating a vaguely recognisable apparatus. As a suspended reality, it assumes a trans-disciplinary consciousness, demonstrated across scales and mediums. Practice seldom identifies with canonical forms of architectural production, but is diffused in its provocational and speculative engagement. It is however, inextricable from empirical, spatial, technological social and economic motivation.
Practice is 'figuring-out' through method, profession and trade.
traffic contributed to the exhibition and online publication that was produced as a celebration of the vitality and diversity to be found across creative practices, featured among over thirty international practices.
This project was set up as a way to celebrate the vitality and diversity of creative practices, and to open up the potential for subsequent, shared activity related to design innovation.
Ideas That Fly
Ideas That Fly Film