In the Studio With — Another Space: the creative studio making immersive spatial works for Massive Attack, James Blake and Nike

Posted 20 June 2017 Written by Indi Davies

Founded in 2016 by the team behind renowned art practice United Visual Artists, Another Space is a London-based creative studio creating innovative and immersive work for collaborators including Massive Attack, Calvin Klein and Nike. Spanning sculpture, experiential, audiovisual and set design, recent projects have included a Space Odyssey-evoking illuminated catwalk for Versus and arresting performance design for the recent James Blake tour. We talked to creative director Alexandros Tsolakis about the collective’s decision to separate into two working studios, the diverse skills that go into every project and why working with recent graduates is so valuable to their output.

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