Poetry and Architecture

26th May 2015 19:00
66 Portland Pl W1B 1NR London
Poet in the City presents an event exploring the relationship between poetry and architecture.

Placing poets and architects in conversation, we ask whether poetry and architecture can together reveal something new about our contemporary experience of space. How do the two artforms inform each other, and what can poetry and architecture and their intersection tell us about modern habits and habitation?

This event features discussion and readings from acclaimed poets Kate Kilalea and Matthew Gregory and the architects Niall Mclaughlin and Will Alsop.

This event has been co curated with Catherine Hamilton as part of the Poet in the City Platforms programme.

Catherine Hamilton is a writer currently based in London, where she was born in 1991. She recently graduated from UCL with a BA in English Literature. She is a member of STORE associates and the founder and director of Swimmers.

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