Designers and artists including Sir Terence Conran exhibit their most loved work as part of evolving exhibition
Crane.tv is exhibiting its favourite objects created by a selection of artists and designers. Starting on 9 January, the series of three exhibitions will evolve each week to showcase a new creative discipline for an immersive and interactive installation.
Sir Terence Conran will kick off the event showcasing his most-loved work from his retrospective at London’s Design Museum.
The following week, artist Kate MccGwire will present a cabinet of curiosities, objects which she has collected over the years that continue to inspire her work.
Closing the week is digital artist and founder of Universal Everything, Matt Pyke, who will exhibit digital wonders like ultraviolet trees grown out of mathematical formulas and 3D-printed figurines borne from code.
The installations will be presented next to a series of films, created by Crane.tv, showcasing intimate profiles of the chosen artists.There will also be a rolling programme of live events, workshops and talks by both established and emerging talent.
9 January – Sir Terence Conran
16 January – Kate MccGwire
23 January – Matt Pyke
Venue: The Front Room, St Martins Lane, 45 St Martins Lane WC2N 4HX. Open 11am to 8pm. Admission is free.