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Design The World session 1 - participant photograph
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Design the World – big ambitions for Sunday afternoons

Working every day in a storehouse of treasures never tires and neither does thinking of ways to use them in our workshops. Design the World is a project with an ambitious title but it also hints at the potential of the Museum’s collections and connects objects inside the building with the world outside the building. […]

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Clay Hand Tracing

I like the idea of buildings as handcrafted objects, hands are the most sophisticated and versatile of all the tools involved in the construction process, they perform the small gestures, that accumulate over time to reveal the completed building. These gestures range from hand signals that guide vehicles and objects through the site, to the […]

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Printing workshop with Speed Resident Noemi Niederhauser

On Wednesday 29th and Thursday 30th of October families were invited to take part in a print making workshop run by Speed Resident, Noemi Niederhauser. Everyone was encourage to get creative with inspiration drawn from a textile piece that Noemi has found in the collection. With carved potato stamps and self-drawn paper stencils children and […]

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Marcia Kure, Freud and the Conformist, 2014
Wool, polyester, cotton ,thread, synthetic wig and soft toy
158 x 79 x 122 cm
Shown at the Perdy Hicks Gallery, London, after V&A Residency

Residency Retrospective: Marcia Kure

Earlier this year, Marcia Kure was our Visual Artist in Residence. She was with us for 3 months and used this time to prepare for an exhibition at the Purdy Hicks Gallery. Usually based in America, we had a chance to catch up with Marcia a few weeks ago at 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair. […]

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Photographic negative, Harry Hammond, 1998 © Victoria and Albert Museum

Speed Resident Vincent Larkin looks at the Harry Hammond Photographic Collection

As part of Vincent Larkin’s Speed Residency there is a performance tomorrow evening, Friday the 7th of November, at 19.30. The event is free to drop in to and features a four-piece band from North London, Showman’s Wagon. Details can be found here.   A few selections from the Harry Hammond photographic collection and some […]

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‘A Confusing Welcome’, 2010. RCA Graduation Show.
Photo: Ester Segarra

Meet the New Artists in Residence

October brings falling leaves and chilly nights but for us it also means new residents! We would like to introduce six (yes, six!) residents who will be drawing inspiration from the Museum collections during the next six months. Matthew Raw October 2014 – March 2015 Supported by Jeremy and Margaret Strachan Matthew Raw is an […]

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Part of a series of panoramic photos taken by a resident from the 20th floor of Frinstead House. © Nahid.

Vinyl Replay at Open Studio event

Art was made social on the 11th and 12th October as part of Kensington and Hammersmith Open Studios. Many thanks to the 48 visitors who each spent a good hour or so absorbing the displays, watching the film programme, selecting and playing vinyl and then leaving a mark on the large scale drawing. The curated film programme […]

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Film poster display at No Object. © Constantine Gras

From No Object to Your Object

No Object My studio is a 1966 council flat that has no domestic furnishings. I invited visitors to bring an object from home and to tell me a story. Many thanks to visitors and participants in No Object. You brought my studio to life for a day with your stories about a milk and marmalade […]

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THE END

Yes. We’re nearly there. Five months have flown by and the clock says only 40 hours left until we open the doors to our London Design Festival display. ‘Dream-Land’ means a great deal to us, as it will be our very last work made under the moniker The T/Shirt Issue. With this last installation we […]

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Week 24: Sit Down and Sew

The interface we use to stiffen the fabric serves as the backbone of the eventual piece, making all the difference in its precision. How many hands does it take to translate thousands of laser-cut polygons onto fabric? Well, at least an extra 10. A few to iron the interface onto the jersey, a few more […]

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