In a keynote lecture presented by RMIT University, Radiant Pavilion and the National Gallery of Victoria, UK designer Paul Cocksedge will discuss the role an experimental, hands-on process plays in his studio’s work. Cocksedge will also look at how his London workshop has informed his practice and how the city’s creative spaces are increasingly priced at a premium.
Paul Cocksedge Studio was founded in 2004 by Cocksedge and Joana Pinho. The studio’s work has included KISS, an installation in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II for the City of Milan, the “Living Staircase” for the Ampersand office building in London, and Cocksedge’s solo exhibition at the Friedman Benda Gallery, New York.
For more information on Paul Cocksedge: Making UP, and to book tickets, go here. Tickets are $35 ($28 for students).