Can you show me the space

Series of 5 Fanzines
Published by public works
2007

The fanzines have been compiled and published by public works as part of the Can you show me the space programme between November 2007 and February 2008 at Stanley Picker Gallery in Kingston upon Thames, UK. At the time public works was the Stanley Picker Fellow in Design at the Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture at Kingston University.

The programme was made up of displays, talks, presentations and workshops points which all dealt with a conceptual and practical lack within design disciplines, to capture, visualize and acknowledge social and informal phenomena as part of architectural production. Can you show me the space offered different public platforms to explore five themes-based blocks: Setting a setting; Representation of relational spaces; Mapping the Centre of Useless Splendour; Architecture as extended social space and relational mapping tools. Each block resulted in a fanzine.

Available: £15.00

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