Media, Criticism and Architecture with Catherine Slessor & Oliver Wainwright

How are buildings portrayed in our age of declining newsprint and ascending digital media?

21 Mar 2017
7:00pm - 9:00pm
Second Home
68-80 Hanbury Street
E1 5JL London
How are buildings portrayed in our age of declining newsprint, and ascending digital media, with its instantaneous and incessant visual stimulation? Is the representation of architecture now less critical, to be replaced with mood-board approach and driven by shareability?
 
The panel discussion, chaired by Edwin Heathcote, will include Catherine Slessor and Oliver Wainwright. The event is part of a new series on Art and Architecture curated by Edwin Heathcote and hosted by Second Home in East London.
 
Tickets priced at £20, drinks included.
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Edwin Heathcote
Edwin Heathcote is a writer and architect living and working in London. He is the architecture and design critic of the Financial Times and the Founder and Editor of online critical design writing archive readingdesign.org. He is also the author of books on architecture and design, a contributor to GQ magazine and a Contributing Editor at Icon and l'Architecture d'Aujourd'hui.
 
Catherine Slessor
Catherine Slessor is an architectural critic, writer and former editor of The Architectural Review. In 2016 she was awarded an MBE for services to architectural journalism. 
 
Oliver Wainwright
Oliver Wainwright is the Architecture and Design Critic of the Guardian. He trained as an architect and has worked in a number of practices, including OMA in Rotterdam, muf in London, and the Architecture and Urbanism Unit of the Greater London Authority. He has written extensively on architecture and design for Building Design, the Architects' Journal, Icon, Domus and frieze. He has served as curatorial advisor to the Architecture Foundation and is a regular visiting critic and lecturer at Harvard, Yale and the Architectural Association.
 
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