Category Archives: ghost buildings

Uncommon Exhibition

The book Uncommon Building, edited by Honor Gavin and Adam Kaasa, has now been selected to be part of an exhibition Making Space: Art and Architecture on the representation of architecture in art, at University of Derby, 1 August to 22 … Continue reading

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Lost and Found at the People’s Palace

I’m delighted to be writing a piece, titled as this post, for the Writingplace journal, which launched following the conference of the same name at TUDelft, back in 2013. This was my presentation title: ‘Ghosts Buildings, Public Places: Re/writing the … Continue reading

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Education

The start of a new phase: two weeks into my life as a Phd student at the RCA. It’s quite a place and I haven’t yet gotten over the feeling that I want to just eat it all up. And … Continue reading

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High-class Problems …

The Royal College of Art and University of Kent have both offered me places to study for my Phd starting next academic year. The proposals were slanted differently for each institution but along the lines of Ghost buildings: Writing the … Continue reading

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