This debate investigates the role of storytelling as an architectural tool led by a panel of architects and journalists working at the coalface of narrative weaving.
An exploration of China through the lens of filmmaker, anthropologist, and researcher at Harvard's revered Sensory Ethnography Lab, J.P. Sniadecki, whose inventive and formally bold documentaries engage people, place and filmmaking itself as their subject.
At a moment when the Barbican and South Bank Centre are considering major expansions and a winner is on the point of being declared in the Olympicopolis competition, the Architecture Foundation and Barbican host an evening of debate about this dramatic expansion of London's arts infrastructure.
We are delighted to announce that world-renowned science fiction author and thinker Bruce Sterling will now join Joseph Grima and Simone Niquille in conversation to speculate upon the future of domestic life, at our 23 June Architecture on Film screening of The Machine Stops and Fortress of Solitude.
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