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EXHIBITIONS l Innovation at the RCA 2006, 23-27 September, centres around two major shows by RCA researchers, staff and graduates. Human Frame and Moving Frame focus on industry collaborations and film, video and digital media. Venue: RCA, Kensington Gore

EXHIBITIONS


Innovation at the RCA 2006, 23-27 September, centres around two major shows by RCA researchers, staff and graduates. Human Frame and Moving Frame focus on industry collaborations and film, video and digital media. Venue: RCA, Kensington Gore, London SW7. Details: www.rca.ac.uk. l Designers Block, 21-24 September, features work from 20 cutting-edge designers. Nightly showings with special events, cinema, entertainment and prize-givings. Venue: Nicholls & Clarke Building, 3-10 Shoreditch High Street, London E1. Details: www.designersblock.org.uk. l Super Normal, organised by Twentytwentyone, runs until 27 September. Product designers Naoto Fukasawa and Jasper Morrison curate a show that celebrates inconspicuous objects. Venue: 18c River Street, London EC1. Details: www.twentytwentyone.com. l New Works, until 7 October, shows works by furniture and product designer Gitta Gschwendtner. Venue: BM Gallery, 17-18 Great Sutton Street, London EC1. Details: www.bmgallery.co.uk.


EVENTS


Re-using Design, 21-26 September, explores sustainability issues through a series of seminars and installations based on modification of existing designs to make new products. Venue: The Boiler House, Old Truman Brewery, London E1. Details: www.redesigndesign.org.


FORUMS


Innovation Forum, 27 September, gives guidance to emerging designers on how to market and sell their work. Venue: Bloomberg, City Gate House, 39-45 Finsbury Square, London EC2. Details: www.hiddenartlondon.co.uk.

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