Photo by Antuong Nguyen
Rachel Elliot-Jones is the head of community engagement at Assemble (a residential property developer focused on small-footprint projects) and the creative producer of Assemble Papers—Assemble’s online and biannual print journal about the culture of living closer together (the latest issue of which is available, for free, at MPavilion). Rachel worked as the producer of programs and engagement on MPavilion 2014, helping to facilitate and communicate the cultural program associated with Sean Godsell’s design, and continues to oversee the partnership between Assemble Papers and MPavilion.
Rachel is also the co-founder of MANY MANY and the occasional publication HOUSE WEAR, which explores nomadic culture across art, design, architecture and writing. MANY MANY has curated exhibitions as part of State of Design Festival and Sugar Mountain; contributed work to group shows in Tokyo, London, Wroclaw (Poland) and Melbourne; and is the co-curator of Swarm Trap with Honey Fingers (also featured in the 2015/16 MPavilion program).