The TANDEM Project launched for the second time last week at the GAFFA Gallery in Sydney.
November 4th, 2015
Featuring seven designers from Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra, the exhibition showcased a mixture of individual and collaborative projects ranging from furniture, lighting, industrial and product design.
Initiated by ChristelH and He Made She Made, The TANDEM Project explores the way we as individuals make and create in collaboration with others. A big emphasis of the project involved documenting the progress of each practice through studio visits, casual interviews and visual recording, finalised with an exhibition to encapsulate the eight month collaborative journey.
A Q&A Luncheon event followed over the weekend, where the designers were interviewed by DQ Editor Sophia Watson to chat about their collaborative experience.
Photography by Cedric Tourasse
The Tandem Project
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