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Save the Date for Fifteen, a new Bartlett Show

8 November 2018

The school is launching a new public exhibition, exploring process, temporality and interactivity

'EMO', by Jung Tu, Ping-Chieh Hsieh and Wimonwan Wichaikhamjorn

We are delighted to announce our inaugural winter exhibition, Fifteen, presented by graduating Design for Manufacture, Design for Performance & Interaction and Situated Practice Master’s students.

About the show

After fifteen months of teaching, development and experimentation, 66 graduating students will exhibit their work to industry, academics and the general public, opening on Tuesday 11 December.

The work exhibited is radically diverse, exploring and creating new forms of practice and will include films, performances, objects and ephemera. Design for Manufacture students explore the distinction between production and design, Design for Performance & Interaction students rethink the relationships between design, space and time, and students from Situated Practice experiment with site-related work from different fields and disciplines.

This exciting new show extends our public exhibitions programme into new domains. Rooted in our international reputation for excellence and innovation, Fifteen builds upon our origins as a school of radical new ideas, and develops new avenues for experimentation and invention.

Professor Bob Sheil, Director of The Bartlett School of Architecture

'Mourning Borders', by Hilary Bonnell

Venue

Ground floor galleries
The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL
22 Gordon Street
London WC1H 0QB

Opening times

2018
Tuesday 11 December – Friday 21 December, 10:00 – 18:00
Sunday 16 December 10:00 – 17:00

2019
Wednesday 2 January – Friday 11 January, 10:00 – 18:00
Sunday 6 January 10:00 – 17:00

Events

Fifteen Party
Thursday 13 December, 18:30 – 21:30
Celebrating the launch of the show with a reception, speeches and prizes, the evening is open to all Bartlett students, staff, family and friends.


Images (from top):
1. 'Emo', by Jung Tu, Ping-Chieh Hsieh and Wimonwan Wichaikhamjorn, Design for Performance & Interaction MArch
2. 'Mourning Borders', by Hilary Bonnell, Situated Practice MA