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The Benjamin West Lecture Theatre, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly
A debate exploring how technological developments have transformed architecture and the ways in which practice can foster its relationship with technology today.
The Benjamin West Lecture Theatre, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts
Join architects Peter Buchanan and Shunji Ishida as they take a closer look at the highly influential Menil Collection in Texas, the first major project of the Renzo Piano Building Workshop.
Join Julia Farrington, Associate Arts Producer at Index on Censorship, Psychoanalyst and Professor Adam Phillips, and artist Celia Hempton as they discuss the challenges in creating erotic art in today’s contemporary art world with journalist and broadcaster Kirsty Wark.
Join us as our panel discusses what it means to encourage and experience immersion through digital art environments.
The preoccupation with fundamental questions of life is often central to an artist, their work and their audiences. Join our panel, including Marina Warner and Professor Ben Quash, as they examine how artists and the public might “use” contemporary art as a means to express and reflect on religion and spirituality.
In this discussion our panel explores the close link that sculptures have to the spaces they inhabit, while investigating the importance of a viewer’s involvement with the work itself.