Architecture + Art : Crossover and Collaboration

11 June - 2 November 2009

How does an artistic approach change the practice and products of architecture? What alternatives can collaborative and trans-disciplinary thinking bring to the search for new ways of building and living? The Architecture Foundation, in conjunction with Tate Modern, presents a series of chaired conversations that will explore these questions with practitioners from around the world. Events will examine projects including buildings co-authored by artists and architects, collective models of practice and inhabitable installations.

With a range of outstanding international contributors, this series of six events between June and November 2009 advances the debate about the nature of collaborative practice, and the conflicts, similarities and divergences in architects' and artists' creative approaches and resulting products.

Starr Auditorium, Tate Modern

In partnership with

Tate Modern

With kind support from the Estate of Francis Bacon