Monthly Archives: July 2009

Art, sport and life

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It’s not very often that these three things come together with as mush success as they have at a new exhibition called ‘STAGES‘. Instigated by legendary cyclist, art lover and cancer survivor Lance Armstrong with fellow art lover and CEO of Nike, Mark Parker.  The aim of the exhibition is to raise funds and awareness for the fight against cancer, it includes work from over twenty artists;  each artist has produced a unique piece, inspired by Lance as both a cyclist and cancer survivor.

It follows hot on the heels of the much publicised cycles that Lance has ridden in this years Tour De France, designed by artists and designers such as Damien Hirst and Marc Newson, as part of Lance’s LIVESTRONG global strategy to put fighting cancer at the top of the agenda across the world.

Here at the Heterarchy studio we enjoy both art and cycling, so for us the work produced for this exhibition is particularly interesting.  It’s fascinating to see how artists from around the globe have interpreted the brief in very different ways, many citing direct personal experiences with cancer sufferers and survivors.  The Stages exhibition is on at the Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin in Paris until August 8th, however you can see it all at the website – go check it out…

A new member of the team

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IMG_3257We are very happy to welcome Kimberley Morrell to the team – Kimberley is a recent graduate of De Montfort University having completed her BA(Hons) Design Management and Innovation.  She will be working alongside the design team to further develop our design management process, as well as working alongside the directors to develop and implement strategic planning across all aspects of the business.

Kimberley is settling in well, she is already well acquainted with Lola the crazy office kitten.  Originally from the West Midlands, she has bravely ventured across the border to the East Midlands where she hopes to develop her career within the interior design and architecture fields.