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Nomadic Architectures III: Caravans and Canal Boats

Following our very successful forum on sheds, the third event in this series turns it's attention to the caravan and the canal boat.

Speaking at the event will be artist Julia Dennis who in 2007 as part of the MoDA exhibition Sculpting The Suburban Landscape deployed a two berth caravan as a sculptural retreat for her project entitled The Untold. She is currently compiling photos and stories from the caravan to document the project.

Emma Underhill is director and curator of UP Projects who specialises in producing artworks and events outside of the conventional gallery and museum surroundings. In 2008 she helped with The Smallest Cinema In the World, where a caravan played host to a specially designed auditorium and more recently oversaw Public Works Canal Club that was a floating structure which hosted a number of events during Liverpool's Biennale.


Emma Underhill | talks | www


Date and Time:

7 December 2009 at 6:30 pm


2 hours



The Gallery
70 Cowcross Street
0207 250 3857
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Organised by:

Art & Architecture
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£6 for non-members, £4 members and and students, and two £2 for student members.

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