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The Bartlett Kiosk: Ad-dressing the Landscape

9:00 am, 13 January 2020 to 5:00 pm, 17 January 2020

Model from micro exhibition in The Bartlett Kiosk

Event Information

Open to

All

Availability

Yes

Organiser

Chee-Kit Lai
02031087337

Location

Ground floor
22 Gordon Street
London
WC1H 0QB
United Kingdom

Ad-dressing the Landscape: Systematic Variations on Stowe

Architecture & Historic Urban Environments MA graduate, Matei Alexandru, presents an exploration into the formed landscape, the picturesque garden, displaying both a model and drawings. His work explores how the architecture of historic gardens can be used as a cue for the creation of new landscapes. 

Matei's displayed model serves as a two-part, speculative landscape calibrating device. The first part of the model forms the measuring visor by which the gardens’ features can be isolated into individual patterns, while the second part forms the calibrating bed, with the latter acting to re-inscribe the new abstract land formation into the picturesque archetype. The accompanying illustrations are the resulting plan drawings of such landscape reinterpretations, which stem from the existing picturesque.


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 Chee-Kit Lai, Director of Exhibitions, with your proposal.


Image: Model by Matei Alexandru