This project has now been published, visit more than one (fragile) thing at a time to discover this online and print-on-demand publication
Some things cannot be described in a linear way or given a genre. Inspired by Julio Cortazar’s Rayuela, or Hopscotch, tabletwo productions is interested in finding out the ideal methods of illustrating these difficult-to-describe situations.
more than one (fragile) thing at a time
tabletwo productions is collaborating with muf architecture/art in the production of a web-based publication that explores and mimics the collaborative structure and methods of muf. Constructed as a series of discrete investigations that can be explored online via a virtual catalogue, or selected from a take-away list for print-on-demand, this versatile publication moves beyond the conventional monograph to present 20 years of muf in practice.
Since 1994 muf have been producing strategies for the public realm, working with local and national government organisations, and more recently in collaboration with developers. The outcomes include the reworking of different kinds of urban space – physically, conceptually and functionally – specifically in the public realm, that combine art works, enactments and events with built landscapes, structures and publications.
This production is supported by the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts