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We just designed and produced some modular interactive objects for the CONS project Berlin. There were 9 objects in total and were made from 5mm plate steel. The objects could combine in various ways to create more interesting forms. Below is the invitation for the day, consisting of some scale models in a little tote bag, these were sent out all over Europe.
Huge thanks to the randombastards for hooking us up with some of the local rippers, great to meet all you guys and thanks for coming into the forest. Here is some shots from the night by Oskar Sandström, enjoy.
Some construction shots of the sculpture that we have been making as part of this commision from grolschstudios.se
New camera testing whilst trying to find the right spot for our new interactive installation.
Together with UID in Umeå we designed and built this photobooth for student portraits. Inside is a two way mirror, with the camera and lights behind in the dark, so when sitting inside you cannot see the tech, or where the image is being taken from.
There is audio feedback from the camera shutter, when the user presses the all important biggish red button.
Here are some more results of a three month residency by Oavsett, they were here to create, film and produce the below leaders among other shenanigans.
For the last 8 months we have been working together with the professor Iain Borden and then the appointed architect Soren Nordal Enevoldsen to realise a new space at The Southbank centre, on the river Thames in London. This public space has been designed in the sprit of the current skatable location, but has been tweaked to be really great for skateboarding.
This space will be made from high quality materials consisting of mostly granite slabs, and bricks, it has been legally guarantee for this use for 125 years, and the design allows for change, adaption and re-appropriation.
Many thanks for the input from all the skaters, bmxers and artist who came to the public meetings, and the others involved in the focus group meetings. We all hope that this design will help preserve the integrity of the cultures involved for the foreseeable future.