KABK Art and Design Research Practices, 2020

interview series

KABK Art and Design Research Practices is an initiative, through which the Lectorate Design identifies and shares a range of research methods practiced at the Royal Academy of Art (KABK) that use the tools, approaches, and capacities of art and design to create and surface new knowledge.

The first edition explores the research method of walking from a design perspective, and features the working process used by public space and landscape designers Krijn Christiaansen and Cathelijne Montens (KCCM) who teach field research in BA Interior Architecture and Furniture Design at KABK. Design Lector Alice Twemlow went to visit the designers in their serene home-work space near Noordwijk, to learn more about how and why KCCM make research, and specifically walking as a method, central to their work.

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director of photography: Roel Backaert, camera and editing: Yannick van de Graaf, music: Lance Laoyan, script: Martijn de Heer

KABK Art and Design Research Practices #1 on Vimeo.