Sir John Sloane’s Museum in Holborn is hosting a series of lectures in collaboration with James Taylor-Foster.
The series is called ‘Architecture on Display’ and aims to tackle head-on the ideas, ideologies and assumptions that underlie how we present and display architecture, whether through exhibitions, installations, pavilions, biennales, triennials, debates, lectures or other projects.
In essence, the speakers are asked to address the following: what does it mean to curate architecture and what is its purpose?
The museum is delighted to be welcoming Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research & Development at Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam, on 6 December, 7–8pm.
The format is salon-style: 30 mins presentation, followed by 30 mins of discussion.
Tickets are £5 for students.
More information about the event and series (which continues in the New Year) can be found here: https://www.soane.org/whats-on/talks/architecture-display-marina-otero-verzier