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Architects Journal
Marko Jobst

  • The play you direct


    An experience of immersive theatre in Paddington’s former Royal Mail sorting office leaves Marko Jobst reflecting upon the role of architects in orchestrating everyday life
  • Avante-garde gestures


    While dealing with issues of spatial politics, Julie Mehretu’s architecturally layered paintings come with a set of unresolved references and expectations, writes Marko Jobst
  • Cubist cartography


    Sohei Nishino’s city maps composed of thousands of photographs reveal an exciting technique, writes Marko Jobst
  • Cinema - Filming in outer spaces


    At the halfway point of the Wenders season at the BFI, Marko Jobst looks at the director’s spatial storytellingWim Wenders: Part Two. At the BFI Southbank until 29 February.
  • Opinion - Leicester Square


    Leicester Square is drab, tacky and a bizarre and inappropriate home to Hollywood superficiality. That’s what makes it so great, says Marko Jobst.
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