Architecture debates are rubbish. We’ve all been there: a panel of similar people with similar views taking it in turns to talk at length about their similar work – too polite, too deferential, too dull. At best they are lukewarm love-ins, critically impotent, elitist and stuffy. Turncoats is a shot in the arm. Framed by theatrically provocative opening gambits, a series of debates will rugby tackle fundamental issues facing contemporary practice with a playful and combative format designed to ferment open and critical discussion, turning conventional consensus on its head.
|Type||Curator of public lecture series|
|Media of output||Lectures|
|Publication status||Published - 5 Nov 2015|
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- School of Arch, Tech and Eng - Professor of Architecture and Design
- Centre for Arts and Wellbeing