I Can Do Anything Badly 1: Faire sans savoir est un sens commun
Frédéric Teschner Studio
21 × 29.7 cm
I Can Do Anything Badly 1: Faire sans savoir est un sens commun is an editorial project proposed by Hoël Duret to contributors Wilfrid Almendra, Alain Bublex, Julien Berthier, Mathis Collins, Aurélien Mole and Frédéric Teschner. Issued from research on the notions of the loss of craftmanship and of non-professional creative practices, the book examines the social and esthetic history of “bricolage” through the London bourgeois society in the 19th century, the Art&Crafts movement, the Bauhaus, the American Crafts Movement and the standardisation of tools, and lastly, counterculture and Do It Yourself. Entirely self-produced and self-funded, the project is highlighted by five artistic collaborations.