The Bartlett School of Architecture


Situated Practice Live

11 December 2019, 5:30 pm–8:00 pm

Performing a lunar perspective Eloise Maltby Maland, 2019. Photo (courtesy of Henrietta Williams)

Students from Situated Practice MA lead a series of live performances, readings, discussions and film screenings critically reflecting on their spatial practices.

This event is free.

Event Information

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The Bartlett School of Architecture


Ground floor gallery
22 Gordon Street
United Kingdom

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This event is part of our Fifteen Exhibition.


This event presents the work of Situated Practice MA students and explores the overlaps amongst and within their practices, prompting reflections towards a wider discourse on critical spatial practices. 

Through a moment of collective performance, students will use the exhibition space as a platform, and their work as a prop, to explore the particular, the specific and the personal within their projects. Through stories, objects, drawings and movement they will expose the contradictions, conflicts and complexities surrounding their work, presenting not a polished series of works but a thoughtful reflection on the messy, entangled and ever-changing nature of their practices and projects. 


Collective Imaginaries

17:30 – 18:30 
Through a performative and collective presentation, students will traverse overlaps, trace margins and trigger insights into their working processes, prompting reflections towards a wider discourse on critical spatial practices. 

  • Dieuwke Cappaert
  • Sophie Hardcastle
  • Eloise Maltby Maland
  • Ignacio Rivas
  • Ignacio Saavedra

Identity, Language, Landscape, Artificial and Flow

18:45 – 19:45
A spatial activation will explore the cross pollinations between the students’ research. Visitors can witness performances, hear readings, watch films, and participate in collective discussions expanding on themes within their work. 

  • Luofei Dong
  • Valeria Muteri
  • Anastasia Perahia
  • Jerneja Rebernak
  • Shivani Shah


All our event spaces are accessible. For any additional support or information, please email or call 020 3108 7337.

Image: Performing A Lunar Perspective. Eloise Maltby Maland, 2019. Photo courtesy of Henrietta Williams.