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The Bartlett School of Architecture PhD Research Projects 2019 Exhibition and Conference are presented for the thirteenth year by PhD/MPhil students.
Open for two weeks this spring, we welcome the public to explore work by students undertaking a PhD at The Bartlett, researching Architectural Design and Architectural & Urban History & Theory during our annual exhibition and conference.
The exhibition, conference and accompanying events aim to encourage discussions between presenters, exhibitors, staff, students, critics and the audience, and this year take their title from essay "The Domain of the Marvellous" by Suzanne Césaire.
This year’s PhD Research Projects exhibition and conference dwells in the slip, crack, and interstice—between glitch and memory, in shadow and in light.
It celebrates worlds-out-of-joint with our own, the weird and the Marvellous. Researchers present their projects as works in progress which are questioning and challenging of the systems they operate within.
Expect to see drawings, photography, objects and sound within this exhibition of research and ideas that are continuing to be developed.