Now in its fifth draft, Birmingham’s Eastside Projects have published their own user’s manual as to how one might engage with them and their space. Providing the suitably schematic renderings of the space’s potential is Voidwreck, the Amsterdam-based duo Karl Nawrot and Walter Warton.
Their largely diagrammatic illustrations are perfect graphic communicators to the Projects text, describing in monotone architectural language the ambiguity of an art space and the exciting activity it can house.
The previous Eastside Projects User’s Manual can be seen in full on their site here.
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