We just got back from London, where we helped our friends at OpenCell furnish their first container lab. How did this happen? Well, about a month ago we were contacted by Helene Steiner, who, together with Thomas Meany, is in the process of setting up a container village for small biotech startups in the heart of London. The idea is to provide a professional workspace (10 biolabs, 20 offices, 10 studios for artists and designers, 4 workshop containers, 1 store) to small businesses and startups.
Here we would like to give you a peek behind the scenes of how we put together our exhibition “See the invisible”. We came up with the concept and gathered together the individual contributions during our November meeting (read about it in this blog post). Given that we all live in separate places, we had to find a good way of orangising and coordinating tasks remotely. We decided to use the project planning app “Trello” for this purpose and created an in silico plan for our exhibition.
We are in the process of putting together a catalogue for our exhibition “See the invisible”, which was on display in Villach from 22/12/2017 until 3/2/2018. Watch this space. Meanwhile, here are some pictures of the exhibits: Photos: Andreas Körner & Anna Köferle