Please join us for the sixth installment in The Faculty of Environmental Design’s Design Matters 2015-2016 Lecture Series.
Frequent collaborators Ellie Abrons (EADO) and Adam Fure (SIFT Studio) will discuss in this lecture how they pursue the design of things through form and aesthetics. Working at a range of scales and mediums, they construct colorful, textured, and reflective objects that contain complex relations of inner and outer profile. Architectural concerns derive from the careful positioning of objects in relation to one another, their audience, and the spaces in which they reside. This produces a range of spatial relations that confuse conventional binaries of inside/outside, subject/object, and alive/dead, with the aim of expanding our sense of place within constantly changing environments.