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::[[TransActing Stalls]] working group workshop with [http://www.publicworksgroup.net| public works] on 2nd June, 10am -5pm PARADE Ground, Chelsea College of Arts. <br>
 
::[[TransActing Stalls]] working group workshop with [http://www.publicworksgroup.net| public works] on 2nd June, 10am -5pm PARADE Ground, Chelsea College of Arts. <br>
::Bringing sketches and other examples of stalls to the meeting was a condition of participation.
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::We started fabricating some stall typologies, from scavenged materials. See the minutes of the previous [[Public works minutes| workshop]]
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We were invited to bring possible stall or seating typologies. [[Public works workshop 2nd June 2015|Here's a selection.]] We looked at and discussed them.<br>
 
We were invited to bring possible stall or seating typologies. [[Public works workshop 2nd June 2015|Here's a selection.]] We looked at and discussed them.<br>
 
Then we went to the Parade Ground and started making a trestle, and a Mari-inspired table frame, from skipped materials.<br>
 
Then we went to the Parade Ground and started making a trestle, and a Mari-inspired table frame, from skipped materials.<br>
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Andreas/Public works left with the intention of developing some typologies before [[Stall workshop2]]
 
Andreas/Public works left with the intention of developing some typologies before [[Stall workshop2]]
  
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See the minutes of the previous [[Public works minutes| workshop]]
  
 
[[File:TransActing stall model.jpg|500px|left|thumb|Mari inspired stall typology 2]]
 
[[File:TransActing stall model.jpg|500px|left|thumb|Mari inspired stall typology 2]]

Revision as of 21:12, 4 June 2015

This is the stall makers/aggregators/assemblers Working Group'
Co-Ordinator: Neil
Members: Claire, Marsha (sometimes)


TransActing Stalls working group workshop with public works on 2nd June, 10am -5pm PARADE Ground, Chelsea College of Arts.



We scavenged some materials


We were invited to bring possible stall or seating typologies. Here's a selection. We looked at and discussed them.
Then we went to the Parade Ground and started making a trestle, and a Mari-inspired table frame, from skipped materials.


Andreas/Public works left with the intention of developing some typologies before Stall workshop2


See the minutes of the previous workshop

Mari inspired stall typology 2














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