BBP: The Association of Brutification workshop

Join PSP family Lauren Stephens, Laura Clauscen and Fred Mora in a Brutification workshop. Household objects will undergo a Brutalising assembly line, redefining them as objects of intrigue and desire.

Practise Studio Practise produce work in the fields of art direction, set design, product design and curatorial exercises. Their practice is a continued exploration of materials, rituals and common objects that are re-contextualised to communicate new visual ideas. Read our interview with Practise Studio Practise here.

Free! Limited spots available – Bookings via Eventbrite.


Brutalist Block Party is a May-long program of talks, workshops, lunches, dinners, social situations and a weekly produce market – presented by Assemble Papers and Open House Melbourne at 122 Roseneath Street, Clifton Hill. It’s a celebration of the under-celebrated – an homage to the site’s Brutalist heritage and to post-war architecture everywhere; a convivial nod to the spirit of community at the heart of this architectural approach.

For more information on the full Brutalist Block Party (6–29 May) program, visit brutalistblockparty.com.au


 

Where: 122 Roseneath St, Clifton Hill

When: Sat 28 May, 11am–12.30pm

How much: Free!

More info: RVSP via Eventbrite

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