Writing & Architcture

A performance writing exhibition running from Saturday 4th – Saturday 11th October 2014.

Location: Bath Artists Studios

Private View: SundayOctober 5th 2014, 5:00-7:00 pm.

Associated Workshop: Saturday 4th – Sunday 5th October 2014, 10:00-4:00 pm

Details for Submission:

All work should address the theme of ‘Writing and Architecture’ within the framework and practice of ‘Performance Writing’. Artwork can be in any format, size and medium.

Please submit – as a word document:

  1. Name, medium and size of work submitted.
  2. A brief CV
  3. An artist biography (no more than 300 words)
  4. Links (websites, social media etc,)
  5. Image/s of the work submitted

To fay.stevens@ucl.ac.uk with the subject header ‘Writing and Architecture Submission’ by Friday 26th September

There is a cost of £10 (for one artwork) and £15.00 (for two artworks) if the work is selected for exhibition. The work should be delivered to Bath Artists’ Studios between Monday 29th September and Wednesday 1st October.


Saturday 4th – Sunday 5th October 2014, 10:00-4:00

A two-day workshop will interrogate the relationship between writing and architecture through discussion, presentation and practice. The enquiry will be wide-ranging, looking at writing on/about/over/in architecture and using the rich heritage of Bath as a source of what architecture ‘says’. The writing that emerges from this will be multi-modal, i.e. page-based, performative, digital, sonic, sited, visual, or any combination of these. In this respect, the workshop will also be an investigation of the architecture of writing.

The cost is £40.00 for the weekend with a limit of 15 attendees.

Please contact fay.stevens@ucl.ac.uk if you are interested in attending.


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