Titled Fig. after Marcel Broodthaers, this series explores how knowledge can be co-produced and shared through an innovative format of talks, conferences, research projects or book presentations. Its aim is to trigger alternative questions about models for knowledge production, research and practice. Fig. is flexible in its format and can vary from an event to a temporary installation or radio programme. Fig. considers knowledge not as transmission of information, but as a performative co-production.
DRAF considers dialogue and participation as valid forms of co-production. The very structure of DRAF is conceived to explore the potential of an idea by staging and offering research, and through formats which propose insight into the concept of coproduction as an ongoing process.