Adhocracy ATH

Adhocracy Athens is the continuation of the research started for the 1st Istanbul Design Biennial in 2012, curated by Joseph Grima and associate curators Ethel Baraona Pohl, Elian Stefa, and Pelin Tan. The Adhocracy exhibition has also been presented in New York (New Museum, 2013) and [...]

Adhocracy ATH

Adhocracy Athens is the continuation of the research started for the 1st Istanbul Design Biennial in 2012, curated by Joseph Grima and associate curators Ethel Baraona Pohl, Elian Stefa, and Pelin Tan. The Adhocracy exhibition has also been presented in New York (New Museum, 2013) and [...]

SQM: The Quantified Home

The way we live is rapidly changing under pressure from multiple forces—financial, environmental, technological, geopolitical. What we used to call home may not even exist anymore, having transmuted into a financial commodity measured in square meters, or sqm. Yet, domesticity [...]

SQM: The Quantified Home

The way we live is rapidly changing under pressure from multiple forces—financial, environmental, technological, geopolitical. What we used to call home may not even exist anymore, having transmuted into a financial commodity measured in square meters, or sqm. Yet, domesticity [...]

SQM: The Theatre of Everyday Life

The Theatre of Everyday Life explores contemporary domesticity through historical artefacts, broadcast of contemporary domesticity collected on social media (Home Screen) and original films in an architectural installation along the Rambla at Kortrijk Xpo.

SQM: The Theatre of Everyday Life

The Theatre of Everyday Life explores contemporary domesticity through historical artefacts, broadcast of contemporary domesticity collected on social media (Home Screen) and original films in an architectural installation along the Rambla at Kortrijk Xpo.

Broelschool Demolition Workshop

The abandoned Broelschool in the centre of Kortrijk hosts SQM: The Quantified Home. This installation combines a physical dérive through the sprawling building with a graphical timeline of evolving domesticity. During Biennale Interieur 2014, visitors [...]

Broelschool Demolition Workshop

The abandoned Broelschool in the centre of Kortrijk hosts SQM: The Quantified Home. This installation combines a physical dérive through the sprawling building with a graphical timeline of evolving domesticity. During Biennale Interieur 2014, visitors [...]

Italian Limes

Italian Limes, a research project curated by Folder for Monditalia, has been awarded a Special Mention at the 14th International Architecture Exhibition of la Biennale di Venezia. The work has been selected among the 41 installations on show at the Corderie dell’Arsenale from June 7th to November 23rd, 2014.

Italian Limes

Italian Limes, a research project curated by Folder for Monditalia, has been awarded a Special Mention at the 14th International Architecture Exhibition of la Biennale di Venezia. The work has been selected among the 41 installations on show at the Corderie dell’Arsenale from June 7th to November 23rd, 2014.

Neoasterisms Visuals

Neoasterisms is an attempt to build a framework for the collaborative inscription of the ideals, fears, and dreams of a new civilisation.
Neoasterisms is a participatory project by Space Caviar (Joseph Grima and Tamar Shafrir) taking place at the Planetário Calouste Gulbenkian, in Lisbon [...]

Neoasterisms Visuals

Neoasterisms is an attempt to build a framework for the collaborative inscription of the ideals, fears, and dreams of a new civilisation.
Neoasterisms is a participatory project by Space Caviar (Joseph Grima and Tamar Shafrir) taking place at the Planetário Calouste Gulbenkian, in Lisbon [...]

Neoasterisms Exhibition

Neoasterisms is an attempt to build a framework for the collaborative inscription of the ideals, fears, and dreams of a new civilisation.
Neoasterisms is a participatory project by Space Caviar (Joseph Grima and Tamar Shafrir) taking place at the Planetário Calouste Gulbenkian, in Lisbon [...]

Neoasterisms Exhibition

Neoasterisms is an attempt to build a framework for the collaborative inscription of the ideals, fears, and dreams of a new civilisation.
Neoasterisms is a participatory project by Space Caviar (Joseph Grima and Tamar Shafrir) taking place at the Planetário Calouste Gulbenkian, in Lisbon [...]

Adhocracy LON

Curated by Joseph Grima, and adapted for London by Thomas Ermacora, Adhocracy is a tour de force in speculative thinking about our future, positioning open design and distributed manufacturing as new engines for unprecedented networks of creation and problem-solving around the world. [...]

Adhocracy LON

Curated by Joseph Grima, and adapted for London by Thomas Ermacora, Adhocracy is a tour de force in speculative thinking about our future, positioning open design and distributed manufacturing as new engines for unprecedented networks of creation and problem-solving around the world. [...]

Adhocracy NYC

In April 2012, The Economist announced “the third industrial revolution,” declaring that new materials and technologies (particularly automation and 3D-printing) would radically change how and where goods are made. “Adhocracy“, an exhibition currently on display at the New Museum [...]

Adhocracy NYC

In April 2012, The Economist announced “the third industrial revolution,” declaring that new materials and technologies (particularly automation and 3D-printing) would radically change how and where goods are made. “Adhocracy“, an exhibition currently on display at the New Museum [...]

Dystopic Town–Lines

Dystopic Town-lines is an app that will equip you with an unusual investigation of the geography of public space in the Third Millennium. It reads Havana’s urbanity against the background of the contemporary urban issues that Big Data has brought to the fore.
The app foreshadows [...]

Dystopic Town–Lines

Dystopic Town-lines is an app that will equip you with an unusual investigation of the geography of public space in the Third Millennium. It reads Havana’s urbanity against the background of the contemporary urban issues that Big Data has brought to the fore.
The app foreshadows [...]