Posts Tagged: Modern Gazetteer

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Modern Gazetteer is a collaborative offshoot from Co.LAB. This academic relationship between the School of Art and School of Architecture students is an ongoing exploration of interdisciplinary boundaries and opportunities, led by Stuart Whipps and Mike Dring. The initiative is set up as an interdisciplinary research strand working between disciplines, methodlologies and practitioners.

In the spirit of the Gazetteer, projects are responsive to site and place an emphasis on researching and revealing information in the broadest sense; through engagement of regional community partners and on sites of national & international significance

David Stone // Modern Contemporary Digital Artists

French contemporary artists François Quévillon is an installation and media artist from Montreal Quebec, Canada. His work explores phenomena of the world and perception through the implementation of processes sensitive to the public’s interference and to the environment’s variable conditions. His

David Stone // Modern Contemporary Digital Artists

French contemporary artists François Quévillon is an installation and media artist from Montreal Quebec, Canada. His work explores phenomena of the world and perception through the implementation of processes sensitive to the public’s interference and to the environment’s variable conditions. His

Ross Hetherington // Bournville Survey Rerun

Please Note: The questionnaire to follow is taken from the ‘Social mix: the Bournville experience’ it was a Bournville Village trust publication written by the South Australian Housing Trust. The questions must be seen in context as being written during

Ross Hetherington // Bournville Survey Rerun

Please Note: The questionnaire to follow is taken from the ‘Social mix: the Bournville experience’ it was a Bournville Village trust publication written by the South Australian Housing Trust. The questions must be seen in context as being written during

Ross Hetherington // Modern Gazetteer

Bournville was constructed a hundred year ago as the ideal model village. The village trust maintained an rigorous application of regulation so that its “precious village” (Cadbury, R.) remained in stasis. In 1931 Michael Reilly produced a series of illustrations

Ross Hetherington // Modern Gazetteer

Bournville was constructed a hundred year ago as the ideal model village. The village trust maintained an rigorous application of regulation so that its “precious village” (Cadbury, R.) remained in stasis. In 1931 Michael Reilly produced a series of illustrations