Flat-e tells us how it made a visual interpretation of Daniel Avery’s record in its entirety

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Rob Slater, one half of design studio Flat-e joined us at Nicer Tuesdays July to talk through his studio’s practice, particularly focusing on its new work visually interpreting Daniel Avery’s record, Song for Alpha.

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