Imagination and Ready-Made as a New Design Rationale: Creative Salvage, London 1980s is a panel discussion at Sotheby's exploring the design practice founded in the 1980s, Creative Salvage.
The panel will be chaired by the director of the Design Museum, Tim Marlow, who will be joined by founders of Creative Salvage Tom Dixon and Mark Brazier-Jones.
Dixon and Brazier-Jones are known for their bespoke furniture pieces made from scrap materials.
Imagination and Ready-Made as a New Design Rationale: Creative Salvage, London 1980s is part of Sotherby's Arts Festival celebrating the Jubliee. Also included in the festival are a range of exhibitions and events focusing on influential British figures in the arts.
As part of the festival Sotherby's is also partnering with RADA, Intelligence Squared and Fantasia Orchestra to produce a programme of dramatic performances, cultural debates, and talks with creatives and contemporary artists.
Imagination and Ready-Made as a New Design Rationale: Creative Salvage, London 1980s take place 1 June at 11 am, at Sotheby's, 34-35 New Bond Street, London, W1S 2RP.