100 years ago the Cenotaph was revealed to the public. A timeless eternal structure, Sir Edwin Lutyens’ design traces the arc of a sphere 100 metres below the earth and tapers to a point 300 metres into the sky. It is an architecture that speaks to memory and reveals only a fragment of a much larger imagined geometry, crossing the boundaries of space, time and memory.
Playing on the notion of illusionary assemblies, this installation of a sculptural fragment transcends the gallery space, providing clues for the visitor and allowing them to imagine a space where alternative futures may be possible.
Etcetera Studio is the collaborative practice of architect Tom Parsons and artist Edward Crooks
Monday to Saturday: 10am to 5pm
Tuesday: 10am to 8pm
Part of our London Festival of Architecture programme. See all of our LFA events this June.