We’re really excited about Åbäke’s workshop at Field Trip, which they’re running in collaboration with Erika Wall (who took those great photographs of James Blake). The intention is to help students find new ways to approach their work, centred around observation, process and documentation.
Åbäke have been described as “content” junkies, and as always are working on a plethora of projects, including Sexymachinery #15, part of their new “live magazine” venture, taking place on the 11th July at the Architectural Association. They’re also been working on a few publishing projects, including HaZaVuZu, and The Serpentine Edgware Road Project, as well as ensuring Kitsune maintains its cutting-edge reputation.
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