(UK) – As part of London Festival of Architecture’s Studio Lates, Jason Bruges Studio is inviting guests behind the scenes into its London Studio.
Based in East London’s creative hub, Neil House, the multidisciplinary team will be available to share research and prototypes of upcoming artworks, giving visitors a rare glimpse into their hands-on creative process.
Taking place from 18.00-22.00 on Friday 17th June, exhibits will include studies for an interactive media canvas inspired by William Morris wallpapers, and a dynamic liquid crystal structure that emulates clouds. A series of demos will reveal the development behind recent artworks such as Digital Phyllotaxy, a physical metaphor for a tree at Hankook Tire’s Technoplex in Seoul, and the Constant Gardners, a monumental robotic installation that coincided with the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Of the event, Jason Bruges, Creative Director and Founder, said: “After such a long period of closed doors and working from home, we couldn’t be more excited to open up the studio. It will be a great opportunity for visitors to meet the team and learn about the mechanics of our practice.”
Registration for the open day is free. More information can be found here.