A LONG LUNCH WITH NATØ, MUF AND ASSEMBLE
Saturday 25 November 2017, 1.30pm

Assemble, Goldsmiths Gallery facade mock-up 2016 IN SET

Assemble (*2010), Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art, 1:1 Façade Mock-up, 2016. Acid-stained fibre cement, plaster and stainless steel fixings.

Saturday 25 November 2017, 1.30pm
Hauser & Wirth
Durslade Farm
Dropping Lane
Bruton, Somerset BA10 0NL
UK
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WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO SAY SOMETHING WAS DESIGNED COLLABORATIVELY?

Nato portrait 1985

NATØ, 1985. Photographed by Sheila Rock. L to R: Peter Fleissig, Melanie Sainsbury, Catrina Beevor, Mark Prizeman, Christina Norton, Carlos Villanueva, Martin Benson, Robert Mull, Nigel Coates

Join us at Hauser & Wirth Somerset for a fascinating discussion over a shared buffet lunch with three leading design collaboratives: NATØ, Muf and Assemble, chaired by critic and designer Phineas Harper. Selected for their unique approaches to collaboration, our guests will discuss their practices and encourage you to join in with the debates that unfold.

This event has been programmed to coincide with our current exhibition, ‘Josephsohn / Märkli. A Conjunction’, which examines the intense and longstanding collaboration between long-time friends Josephsohn and Peter Märkli. Curated by Niall Hobhouse, the exhibition explores what two very different disciplines – sculpture and architecture – can offer the other as insight, and about the generosity and humanity of such an exchange. It is this theme that will be our catalyst for ideas and discussions at this event.

Tickets are £6 each, or £25 for a group of 5 people. The event takes place in the Implement Shed (our education room) and includes a light buffet lunch.