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Marko Jobst's stories

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  • Punchdrunk. The Drowned Man A Hollywood Fable

    The play you directSubscription

    Culture19 October, 2013

    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

  • Julie Mehretu

    Avante-garde gesturesSubscription

    Culture22 June, 2013

    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

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    Cubist cartography Subscription

    Culture17 March, 2011

    Sohei Nishino’s city maps composed of thousands of photographs reveal an exciting technique, writes Marko Jobst

  • AJ080207_Alice Cities

    Cinema - Filming in outer spacesSubscription

    Culture6 February, 2008

    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. www.bfi.org.uk

  • Marko Jobst

    Opinion - Leicester SquareSubscription

    Opinion17 January, 2008

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