One night in Brooklyn


Be aware, that if you go and meet a friend in his Brooklyn studio late at night for a chat & drink, you might end up spending the whole night working with him on the re-design of a project that needs to be put into the MoMa for a press preview the following morning. This happened to me when I visited my dear friend Adam last night in his studio. When I arrived he was about to assemble an adjustable table for an artist performance in MoMa’s PS1 museum – but it soon became clear that it just did not work the way he thought it would.

So, we spent literally the whole night completely re-designing this piece and just managed in time to load it onto the truck and deliver it one hour before the press preview started. The curator wasn’t as delighted as we were, but despite being in a sleepwalking mode today, Adam and I are very proud to have managed to get this done within such a short time. And – actually it was a way more memorable and bonding experience than just hanging out, chatting & drinking… in fact I should consider spending my nights like this more often!


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