Grand Parade exhibition exploring the underlying connections between architecture and machines.
15 Aug 2013
Bringing together eight designers this exhibition, curated by Ben Sweeting, Michael Wihart and Tim Norman, explores the underlying connections between architecture and machines. Having penetrated contemporary life to near invisibility the machine in architectural thought is more elusive than its mechanical image would suggest. In this exhibition various perspectives on the machine in architecture are critically examined through drawings, photographs, objects, film and contextual texts.
This exhibition is organised with support from the UCL Graduate School, the Bartlett’s Architectural Research Fund as well as the Faculty of Arts, the Office for Spatial Research and the Architecture programme at the University of Brighton.
Exhibition Blog: http://invisiblemachines.wordpress.com/
Exhibition dates: 8/12/10 – 23/12/10 and 4/1/11-7/01/11, Mon – Sat 10am – 5pm
Opening Bar: Thursday 9/12/10 6pm onwards
Closing Event: Friday 7/01/11 time tbc
Location: The Sallis Benney Theatre Lobby, Faculty of Arts, University of Brighton, 58-67 Grand Parade, Brighton, BN2 0JY