PRODUCTION • noun: production
1. The action of making or manufacturing from components or raw materials, or the process of being so manufactured. “banning the production of chemical weapons”. The process of or management involved in making a film, play, or record. “the film was still in production”. The harvesting or refinement of something natural. “non-intensive methods of food production”.
Synonyms: manufacture, manufacturing, making, producing, construction, building, fabrication, assembly, creation; mass production.
Origin: Late Middle English: via Old French from Latin productio(n- ), from producere ‘bring forth’ (see produce).
4040 Jurgen Bey installing Disorder Sent to Heaven, 2005
4044 Production of the Cleaning Beauty Cabinet, 2007
4044 Production of the Cleaning Beauty Table, 2007
4044 Production of the Cleaning Beauty kite, 2007
4044 Production of the ceramics of Cleanliness is next to Godliness, 2007
3147 Clay charms of the Hermitage Chain drying, 2009
3114 Production of the bucket of Pyramids of Makkum, 2007
3377 Jurgen Bey modelling for a clay statue, 2016
3120 Shaving of one of the aprons of Witness Flat, 2008
4069 Production of first model of the Stubborn Chair, 2010
3120 Production of pieces for the Witness Flat exhibition, 2008
3102 Models for the Vitra my Home exhibition, 2007