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Art exhibition02 - 21Oct OctExhibition: The Secret StaircaseSunday 2 October - 10:00am to Friday 21 October - 7:00pm
The Secret Staircase is an exhibition/installation by artist Caroline Isgar and writer Michèle Roberts. Inspired by the eighteenth-century tokens left by mothers with their babies at the Foundling Hospital in London (and previously shown there) it comprises artefacts, an incised table-top which also serves as a woodblock, a woodcut, a text, and an artist’s book, and explores mother-child separation in our own day.Lectures and Seminars14 - 14Oct OctThe Secret StaircaseFriday 14 October - 5:30pm
Talk to launch an exhibition inspired by the eighteenth-century tokens left by mothers with their babies at the Foundling Hospital in London (and previously shown there).Lectures and Seminars20 - 20Oct OctDark Satanic TownsThursday 20 October - 6:00pm
Decorative icing on builders’ boxes (aka “the lipstick on the gorilla”), or servant to people’s practical needs, the manifestation of artistic urges, or art, craft, or technology – what is architecture? However else it’s defined, architecture is above all a product of social, political, and economic forces. Why are today’s buildings as they are, and why do we no longer build as did our great grandfathers, or as those who hanker for thatch and traditional styles would have us build?