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Assemble and the Turner Prize: 'A rebuke to a profession that has sold its soul'


This is excellent news and as others have said merely reflects whats been going on for years. Boundaries are there to be moved more than broken, and within art and architecture it is those who have pioneered such change that ask the most important questions. I'd like to see many other boundaries moved such as those between architecture and; engineering, manufacturing, biotech, urban design, planning, landscape, policy making, performance and media. Bob Sheil (Director of The Bartlett School of Architecture)

Posted date

17 May, 2015

Posted time

1:03 pm