The next in the series of exhibitions celebrating Anglesey’s history has opened at Oriel Ynys Môn. The display showcasing work of the Gwynedd Archaeological Trust uses some of the previous exhibition setup with a new layout and display constructed. We assisted with the design, construction and installation.
We have finally seen a printed copy of ‘On Show: Temporary Design for Fairs, Special Events and Art Exhibitions‘. The book published in September includes two double page spreads of Slowscape, an installation completed last year to provide a space for talks, screenings and debates to accompany the exhibition Shadowboxing. From HOTCAKES
Our friend Dan – founder of Micro Macro Games – has released two new titles which are available free of charge for smart phones users. Jellybubbles is an underwater game with beautiful graphics and motion while Orbital Pong is a variation of the traditional pong video game with added complexity and challenge. Find out more via www.MCRO.org From HOTCAKES
We were really happy to be shortlisted in a design contest for the Christmas Window display at Oriel MOSTYN, Wales’ leading gallery of contemporary art. The submission process and shortlist interview was a great introduction to competitive commission. We’re looking forward to finding the next challenge and seeing where the designs we developed can lead. From HOTCAKES
designjunction aims to strike a “balance between creative and commercial” featuring “more than 100 world-class international brands”. As part of the London Design Festival 2012 a large showcase event was set up at an empty 1960′s sorting office in London. To get an inside view on how such a large event is organised and set up Ceri assisted on site for a week. From HOTCAKES
Ceri was a tutor and critic at this year’s t-sa Forum, a fantastic summer school run alongside the practice of Takero Shimazaki Architecture. In addition to the annual theme of craft & context, this year ‘the role of the architect’ was considered in workshops, visits, talks and studio work. (Image of work by Vasilisa Shchogoleva, Yuya Ishida and Kousuke Ino). From HOTCAKES
The 4 week course began at the Venice Architecture Biennale – where t-sa exhibited as part of Venice Takeaway at the British Pavilion – and continued in London working on projects based in Elephant and Castle.