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  • Adam FURE.
    stockholm SWEDEN

    Shaping the phenomenal sphere is one of architecture’s fundamental powers. . . .

    lecture: Adam FURE, “Dark Phenomenality” with respondent Daniel NORELL.
    Draw Point Talk lecture series.
    Thursday, 02/20
    6.00 p.m. / The KTH School of Architecture
    Östermalmsgatan 26
    114 26 Stockholm, Sweden

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  • EADO (Ellie ABRONS) & SIFT (Adam FURE), "Mirror Mirror." Exterior.
    ann arbor MICHIGAN

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    EADO (Ellie ABRONS) & SIFT (Adam FURE): The visual encounter is a defining experience for both fashion and architecture. Whether it is the longing gaze upon an object of desire or the perfect view, seeing is an essential act for both fields and their audiences. When the two come together, however, conventional divisions too often prevail as architecture assumes its position as the background for fashion (consider storefront windows or runway shows).

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  • Veer
    stuttgart GERMANY

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    SIFT / adam FURE: Veer is a multimedia installation that transforms space, sound, and light into variable dimensions of an experiential field. A base of polyester batting wraps a branching steel structure creating a soft, interior sleeve comprised of tunnel-like folds. Participants bend and push through saturated matter, pulling sound and light from sensors embedded in the material walls. In Veer, space provokes movement, movement provokes sound, and engaged participants instigate an emergent perceptual form.

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  • ellie ABRONS w/ adam FURE, Stubble Step
    venice ITALY

    Venice, Italy – Grounds for Detroit is a collaborative installation by five young American practices working collectively: *Alibi Studio; Ellie Abrons with Adam Fure; MILLIGRAM-office; SCHAUM/SHIEH; and Thom Moran. The project is part of the 13th International Architecture Exhibition at the 2012 Biennale di Venezia, curated by David Chipperfield under the theme of Common Ground. In part, the installation revisits a collaborative project from 2010, where the five practices collectively bought the abandoned single-family house at 13178 Moran St. in Detroit, Michigan for $500 cash at public auction and constructed five distinct architectural interventions. The project is on view from August 29-November 25, 2012.

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  • Chandelier
    lexington KENTUCKY

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Sift Studio/adam FURE: This custom designed chandelier topped the staged at the University of Kentucky, College of Design’s 2012 Beaux-Arts Ball. An array of steel pyramids, spun with polyester fibers, dangle from an elevated steel disk. The fibers are bunched, burnt, and painted producing a thick sullied surface. Copper hoses carry electricity to a distributed web of amber LEDs, illuminating the insides of each shell.

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  • UK/CoD Workshop
    lexington KENTUCKY

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Sift Studio/adam FURE: In this weekend-long workshop students mixed multiplicitous material narratives through the construction of heterogeneous, saturated objects. The material palette was foreign, forcing students to develop novel potentials out of seemingly strange matter. Initial experimentation focused on the material’s latent tendencies to aggregate (how it naturally bundles, bunches, bends, and folds for example). Students tested, recorded, and codified techniques of assembly—ultimately coercing the unwieldy matter into working systems of aggregation that were supported by designed substructures.

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