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Langlands and Bell: Gordon's Turner Prize Talk

Tonight, the Turner Prize nominees give a presentation of their work and discuss in detail their interests and influences, with architectural critic and commentator, Jonathan Glancey.

The House of Osama bin Laden, an interactive virtual world including the last official address of the leader of Al-Qaida, and created by Ben Langlands and Nikki Bell (Langlands & Bell) garnered much publicity in the past year. The artists have been collaborating since 1978 and draw inspiration form the build environment. They are interested in responding to different architectural sites, and exploring the historical and psychological impact of buildings. They work in a range of media from monochrome reliefs to full-scale structures such as the steel and glass bridge at Paddington Basin , and recently they made their first film.


Jonathan Glancey | talks


Date and Time:

17 November 2004 at 6:30 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Tate Britain
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