I, Me, Mine

It's Nice That invited me this week to write an article for their feature 'Weekly Discussion'. Saying 'I, Me, Mine: do we specialise too soon?' Go, read and tweet your thoughts. It's live until next Monday, I think.

Somehow the point I'm attempting to make is evidenced (albeit from then, not now) in the work of Max Bill. Each of these projects is borne of intimacy with material, use and unfettered thinking. The result is a work which often synthesises two previously discreet functions or habitual forms.

Bill's applied, tactile understanding of the behaviour and limitations of process and materials in no way hampered his ability to think laterally.

(via Kultur + Kontext, cianomagentagiallonero, V&A, thebestoftime)

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