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Online talk with designer-makers Sarah van Gameren from Glithero and Peter Marigold

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A behind the scenes talk about the reality of the commercial creative process from project initiation to development and realisation. Sarah van Gameren (Glithero) and Peter Marigold will discuss recent projects and explore how each has evolved from the brief through to the installation of the final work, looking at the many nuanced details, preparatory work and events that shaped the journey of the creative kernel to its manifestation.

Using examples of some of their most recent projects, the talk will in part be an in depth exploration of each designer's ways of working but also a conversation between the two about shared experiences during their careers and their very different approaches and objectives when faced with a new brief. The discussion will also be open for questions and answers from the audience.

Sarah van Gameren is co-founder of design studio Glithero, a studio renowned for a fascination with the way things are made, and how its products and installations are presented in museums, galleries and shops. Sarah has engaged in a variety of different academic approaches to design at Design Academy Eindhoven and Royal College of Art and has also run a process and material based platform at the Royal College of Arts’ Design Products department.

Peter Marigold earned his B.A. in Fine Art and Sculpture from Central St. Martins in London in 1997, and his M.A. in Design Products, studying under Ron Arad, at the Royal College of Art in 2006. Early on, he worked in sculpture and theatrical and event scenography (props, costumes, sets, etc.), ultimately focusing primarily on furniture design.

An avid collector, much of Marigold’s work is concerned with storage and object display, and he often combines natural and man-made materials within simple, austere structures.

Marigold’s clients include Paul Smith, Fendi, Sony, Gallery Libby Sellers, and Li Edelkoort, among others. His work has been exhibited at New York’s MoMA, Design Miami, Design Museum Holon, Victoria & Albert Museum, and the Design Museum in London. In June 2009, he was awarded the Designer of the Future Award by Design Miami.

11th February, 6pm on Zoom.

Subscribers to this talk will receive a Zoom link to a approximate one hour session. There will be time for questions and discussion at the end of the discussion.

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