On the 12th December 2014 89plus in association with the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain presented an exhibition entitled ‘Nouvelles Expériences en Art et Technologie (NEAT). It was the first public presentation of the work created by the 89plus residencies at the Google Cultural Institute. An ephemeral set design was specifically created for the event by the Italian architect, Alessandro Bava. Entitled SUPER SURFACE, this flat environment was designed as a diffuse workspace where all of the nine residents were able to show their work.

RuttersUK were proud to be associated with the exhibition and we were asked to print and lay nearly 100 sq m of CARPET FP400 grade to set the area.