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Project: Connections

This project launches a five-year, multi-phase, experimental design studio that integrates living and working and exploring new models of design practice. Each year, the studio will move to a different location with changing geographic and material conditions, and the work produced will respond to these varying contexts. Projects will be disseminated through a publication series, website and exhibitions. The practice will operate under a different name and a different set of parameters each year. The name adopted each year also describes the type of work created. The years and studio names in order are: Connections, Encounters, Impressions, Recursions and Reflections.

Awardee: Scott Barry

Visual Arts, 2012

Scott Barry is a member of the collaboration Women with Neil Doshi. Their diverse practice examines and investigates the concrete circumstances that shape our world. Women is interested in pursuing design as an extension of everyday life. Just as the new, expanded role of the designer brings with it the precariousness of mobility, constant change and temporary employment, it also offers an unprecedented sense of possibility. Women aims to mobilize, model and explore these possibilities for contemporary design.

http://thefirstyeariscalledconnectionsandisconceived.as

Awardee: Neil Doshi

Visual Arts, 2012

Neil Doshi is a member of the collaboration Women with Scott Barry. Their diverse practice examines and investigates the concrete circumstances that shape our world. Women is interested in pursuing design as an extension of everyday life. Just as the new, expanded role of the designer brings with it the precariousness of mobility, constant change and temporary employment, it also offers an unprecedented sense of possibility. Women aims to mobilize, model and explore these possibilities for contemporary design.

http://thefirstyeariscalledconnectionsandisconceived.as

Collab: Women

Women is the creative partnership of Scott Barry and Neil Doshi. Their diverse practice examines and investigates the concrete circumstances that shape our world. Women is interested in pursuing design as an extension of everyday life. Just as the new, expanded role of the designer brings with it the precariousness of mobility, constant change and temporary employment, it also offers an unprecedented sense of possibility. Women aims to mobilize, model and explore these possibilities for contemporary design.

http://thefirstyeariscalledconnectionsandisconceived.as