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Nat Chard lecture at the Bartlett by tutor
March 24, 2010, 9:28 am
Filed under: 2009-10, programme

Nat Chard will give a lecture at the Bartlett tonight. If you are still in London do not miss it!

Nat will be discussing a number of projects that look at how we might have an indeterminate relationship with architecture and the city. These range from adaptations of those parts of our anatomy that have the most direct relationship to architecture (or at least that architecture claims to touch in a programmatic way), to drawing instruments that rehearse ways in which we can be implicated in a work while simultaneously drawing an indeterminate architecture. The drawing instruments learn from a number of sources but especially the uncanny world of natural history dioramas.

 Nat is professor and head of architecture at the University of Manitoba and lives in Winnipeg, a city at the longitudinal centre of Canada. Previously he was a professor at the Royal Danish Academy in Copenhagen after several years teaching and in practice in London. He is working on a research project titled Drawing Indeterminate Architecture, Indeterminate Drawings of Architecture. 

6.30pm Wednesday 24 March 2010

Darwin Lecture Theatre, Darwin Building, Gower Street, London, WC1

Bartlett School of Architecture International Lecture Series

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