Blurred Boundaries: When does art end and architecture begin?

Throughout the evening we will explore new ways in which creative practitioners are working together today and across traditional specialist disciplines.

Date

October 11 2016 • 7.00pm
to 8.30pm

Contact

Public Programmes talks@riba.org

venue

RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London W1B 1AD

Tickets

£9.50 Standard

£6.50 RIBA Members and concessions

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Tickets

£9.50 Standard

£6.50 RIBA Members and concessions

Book tickets Member booking

Image credit: Chiat Day Offices, Venice, Los Angeles. Oliver Perrott / RIBA Collections

The specialist boundaries between art, architecture and design keep dissolving. Architects win art prizes, artists design products and designers build bridges. We have invited architects, artists, designers and researchers to discuss new ways in which creative practitioners are working together today. 

Practitioners find themselves collaborating on a range of projects including buildings, installations, products and art works.  What does this changing landscape mean for architects? How can creative disciplines benefit from this knowledge sharing? 

Hear from Professor Alex Coles, University of Huddersfield and The Transdisciplinary Studio; Dr Catharine Rossi, Kingston University; and Sam Jacob, Sam Jacob Studio; and Mariana Pestana, V&A. The panel will be chaired by Corinne Mynatt, RIBA Curator.

This event is part of the exhibition 'We Live in the Office. A commission by Giles Round'

Exhibition sponsored by:

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With additional support from Cockayne - Grants for the Arts and The London Community Foundation and supported using public funding by Arts Council England.  The RIBA has worked closely with Wysing Arts Centre in the collaboration with Giles Round.  

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