is a workshop in service of the human experience, founded by me and Scarlett Boulting.
I wanted to create a place where we could test ideas about living through objects. Boulting, whose background was in fashion, became an enthusiastic partner. We made an online store so people could access things we find and make. And I developed a way of talking about those things through images I find on Google. Through a series of pop-up installations, we caught the attention of Areaware and Herman Miller, who hired us to create stories with the objects and furniture they pedal.
Here's what we say about ourselves:
BAZAZAS is a workshop in service of the human experience. We make and collect objects and create environments that describe our lives in new, funny, sad, fast, and upside-down ways. Improvisation is everywhere, even in the most established procedures. There is a makeshift aspect to all tools. It is in this awkward, taken-for-granted place that BAZAZAS is rooted.