Dressing The Air is the brainchild of the London-based artist Paul Schütze.

In a career spanning 30 years, Schütze has exhibited his photographic and installation works in galleries and museums around the world, released over thirty albums of original recordings, scored a number of films and performed numerous concerts. He has collaborated with artists such as James Turrell, Josiah McElheny and Isaac Julien and musicians as diverse as Bill Laswell, Raoul Björkenheim, Toshinori Kondo, Lol Coxhill and Jah Wobble.

Dressing The Air is a unique open resource that aims to enrich creative thinking by encouraging a multi-sensory approach. A constantly evolving archive and creative news feed, Dressing The Air monitors and reports on a diverse range of art-forms from cinema to sculpture, painting to furniture design, land-art to perfumery.

The briliant Shigeru Ban wins the 2014 Pritzker Architecture Prize
Shigeru Ban

The briliant Shigeru Ban wins the 2014 Pritzker Architecture Prize

In a decision already inflaming debate across various media, the Pritzker Architecture Prize for 2014 has been awarded to Japanese architect Shigeru Ban. Coming soon after recent statements from certain architects elevating themselves and their work above such prosaic concerns as social responsibility and engagement, this can perhaps be seen as the Pritzker panel looking beyond such dazzling hubris and toward a more appetizing practice. I remember Shigeru Ban delivering one of the most inspired and inspiring lectures I've ever attended in London several years ago. Over two hours he explored what seemed like a lifetime of ingenious material innovations, passionate conviction  and rigorously deployed ideals. Toward the end of the lecture it became apparent he had been detailing, not his life's work, but simply the activities of the previous twelve months.