MONASS is pleased to announce that the following publication arising from the grant research has just been released on line: Cullen, B. (2020). ‘Constellations of weathering: following the meteorological mobilities of Bangla bricks.’ Mobilities. Online Open Access here: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/17450101.2020.1759929 This publication is open access and available to download from the link provided.
DS18’s end of year exhibition opened on 14th June at 18.00, as part of the annual University of Westminster OPEN Exhibition. The exhibition will be open 15 June – 09 July, from 10.00 – 21.00. Further details are on the flyer below. For samples of students work on show go here and here.
Tight fit, jam packed, jerky traffic, honking horns. Stares, more stares, more and more stares. Horizon … Horizon … Horizon Tubes, pumping throbbing silt, intricate bamboo supports. Never stopping, earth recycling, recycling everything. Water. Stagnant, black, grey, green, moving, held, ponded, pulsing, rippling, still, as-far-as-the-eye-can-see, water hyacinth. Everywhere. Incessant activity, hammering, making, breaking, remaking, loading, […]
DUE NEXT WEEK! The Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment at the University of Westminster invites applications for the position of Research Fellow (Spatial Design) for Monsoon Assemblages, ERC Starting Grant no. 679873. As a member of the project research team, the post holder will work with the PI, Lindsay Bremner and anthropologist, Beth […]