The Bartlett School of Architecture


Bartlett Kiosk: Future Archive

22 March 2018–13 April 2018, 9:00 am–5:00 pm

A grid of computerised images representing everyday objects

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The Bartlett School of Architecture


The Bartlett School of Architecture, 22 Gordon Street, London, WC1H 0QB

Future Archive – Investigating Our Generation

Future Archive is an exhibition in The Bartlett Kiosk created by a group of Architectural and Interdisciplinary Studies BSc students. The exhibit is an investigation that contains a collection of objects and functions as a capsule of the present for a future audience.

The yellow study gathers banal and extraordinary objects; some are commonplace in today's world and others are becoming increasingly obsolete. The installation reflects on the current moment, as well as asking questions about the future.

The exhibiting students are:
Camilla Romano, Anna Cabanlig, Lizzie Atherton, Roxanne Gonzales, Isabel Dorn, Saea Herrera Dixon, Lillie Hall, Esme Chong, Nyima Murry, Katarina Krajciova, Yasmine Zein El Abedeen, Emilie Murrow and Mufeng Tang.

About The Bartlett Kiosk

The Bartlett Kiosk is the school's micro exhibition space for student work. Located next to the entrance of our Bloomsbury home, 22 Gordon Street, The Bartlett Kiosk presents installations to the general public at street level. 

If you are a student or group of students interested in exhibiting in The Bartlett Kiosk, please contact Patrick Weber with your proposal.