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   * We will all meet at __9:00 am at the Welcome Center__ ​ to leave with several taxis to [[https://​goo.gl/​maps/​KWfn4MHyRU62|Warehouse 421]].   * We will all meet at __9:00 am at the Welcome Center__ ​ to leave with several taxis to [[https://​goo.gl/​maps/​KWfn4MHyRU62|Warehouse 421]].
 +  * Give a __print-out of your mind map__, and your __word-cloud__ ​ to Felix
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 The objects have been selected because they each have an unexpected quality about them in those moments, hours or days before they assume their final, recognizable form. These points in the making process capture a peculiar and unconventional slice of time in the production of everyday objects such as tennis balls, banknotes and even diamonds. The show gives a glimpse of the designers’ ongoing dialogue with manufacturing that is so distinctive to their practice. Throughout their careers, Edward and Jay have had a technical curiosity and fascination with the making process. The way in which things are created has had a profound influence on them and continually inspires their work. The objects have been selected because they each have an unexpected quality about them in those moments, hours or days before they assume their final, recognizable form. These points in the making process capture a peculiar and unconventional slice of time in the production of everyday objects such as tennis balls, banknotes and even diamonds. The show gives a glimpse of the designers’ ongoing dialogue with manufacturing that is so distinctive to their practice. Throughout their careers, Edward and Jay have had a technical curiosity and fascination with the making process. The way in which things are created has had a profound influence on them and continually inspires their work.
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