Studio Glithero

Studio Glithero is an Anglo-Dutch partnership between designers Tim Simpson and Sarah van Gameren who met in 2006 at the Royal College of Art. After their college both designers were invited to present their work at the London Design Museum and in 2007 they wrote the book ‘Miracle Machines and the Lost Industries’. The book served as a manifesto for their working practice, describing their common interest in the process of how things are made. In 2008 they formed Studio Glithero in Camden, north London. As a studio they aim to present a final product as well as installations showing how the process of the making. This results in miraculously simple mechanical installations, making the public a witness of the moment of conception. Studio Glithero have exhibited in Tokyo, London, and Milan.

Nowhere/Now/Here
9
Oct
2008
27
Apr
2009

Investigating new lines of enquiry in contemporary design

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This interdisciplinary project includes Elastic Reality and ‘Universo vídeo_Experimental ...

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