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project #2293

March 13th – March 18th 2017

A site-specific exhibition of suburban stories in curious times.

Lucinda Newton-Dunn, Martha Sakellariou and Christina Vervitsioti.

Three Royal College of Art artists and friends reconnect in Palo Alto, California after two decades living in different parts of the world. Using a suburban home as their source of inspiration, themes are explored around suburban life, architecture, domesticity and identity. This exhibition is designed to elicit visual stories about the house in which it is shown, the life of its inhabitants, its patterns and forms as seen from three different angles.

http://www.project2293.com

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I used to be a design student.

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I was very disappointed to have missed the launch party of the book ‘I used to be a design student’ held in London on Feb 18th. Sadly I am too far away and couldn’t just hop on a bus to Camberwell, like I used to for three years of my student life.

The authors of ‘I used to be a design student’ are two of my graphic design contemporaries, Frank Philippin and Billy Kiosoglou. I was invited to contribute to this study of 50 designers, comparing the life & work from their students days with their life & work of today. I have yet to see a copy first hand but with a selection of designers from Margaret Calvert and Ken Garland to Daniel Eatock and James Goggin, it has to be pretty fascinating reading!

‘I used to be a design student’ is published by Laurence King 2013.

On Design Week Feb 5th 2013.

Hello

I have been rather absent from this site for a while. It’s hard to squeeze these things in, in between looking after two young children and relocating from one city to another, amongst other things. I’m hoping soon things will normalise and I can once again redirect my focus towards other interests!

As our lives get organized, my daughter is attending a very nice art camp this week at LUX, down the road from where we’re staying. I was very happy to discover this rather unique place. She’s doing the printmaking workshop. When I pick her up I get itchy fingers looking at all the lovely pieces they’ve been working on. So much fun!


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