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More Follows…

This is the interim exhibition for Rendezvous’s Lightboxes and Lettering project, that Lucy Harrison and I have been working on since April. The show at SPACE in Hackney includes some of the oral history material we’ve gathered in interviews plus … Continue reading

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Writingplace Journal *2

I’m delighted to have an article included in the new issue of Writingplace: Inscriptions: Tracing Place. History and Memory in Architectural en Literary Practice. The journal ‘focuses on the role of history and memory in literary and architectural practice. It brings … Continue reading

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‘Lightboxes and Lettering’ – Rendezvous Projects’ new HLF-funded project

Our Community Interest Company, Rendezvous Projects, has been granted £58,200 by the Heritage Lottery Fund for a project exploring the history of the print industry in east London. ‘Lightboxes and Lettering’ will explore the importance of the industry in the 20th century, including … Continue reading

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AP3

We Are The AP3 … sounds like a political moniker, like we’re a movement, like we’ve been wrongly accused. Not so far, but it’s early days. We are Sinead Rushe and Gretchen Egolf and me. We’re working on a new, … Continue reading

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Always inspiring, never failing

This isn’t some dive into self-pattery, it’s all about London. Much as I hate the idea that we’re leaving the EU (or maybe not?? such a mess is being made of it, there seems a distinct possibility it won’t happen), … Continue reading

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Short and Sweet 

I remember there was some expectation during the PhD process, although I can’t remember where this particular pressure came from, to be able to describe your research in the briefest of sentences, devoid of multiple subclauses – so very unlike this … Continue reading

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AAXX100

AAXX100 breaks down into AA Architectural Association, XX female chromosome, 100 centenary of women first being allowed to enter the School as students in 1917. There’s been a programme of events for the last couple of years leading up to … Continue reading

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