#14 Renaissance

Posted in Announcements, Architecture, Events by rowan on November 8, 2017


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In this special one-off event, Matzine takes over SIDESHOW for a night of lively debate. A line-up of expert contributors will debate the topic of ‘meanwhile’ spaces and the role they play in regeneration. Who do these short-term projects serve? Are they in the public interest? And what is left behind once they disappear?  The debate and themes that emerge on the night will form the content for Matzine #14 Renaissance, to be released in early 2018.

Get your tickets here!

Wednesday 6th December 2017, 19:30

Forest Works, Forest Road
Walthamstow E17 6JF
(opposite Blackhorse Road tube)

Our panel for the evening include:

Tim Abrahams – Curator of the ‘Style: In Defence of…‘ talks at the Soane Museum

Dr Olivia Horsfall Turner – Senior Curator, Designs V&A + RIBA Architecture Partnership Lead Curator
Dr Crystal Bennes – Artist, Writer and Curator
Eddie Blake – Architect at Sam Jacob Studio
Lee Ivett – Director of Baxendale
David Saxby – Co-founder of 00


Media Partner: Machine Books

*** Free with each ticket will be a beautiful small publication of 5 essays especially written by our esteemed guest contributors. The essays explore the theme of Renaissance.

Scotland + Venice + Matzine

Posted in Announcements by rowan on October 13, 2014

In collaboration with Land Works, during the 3rd week of Scotland’s 4 week residency in Venice, Scotland + VeniceMatzine has been invited to participate in the 14th Venice Biennale of Architecture: Fundamentals.

Land Works will explore the themes raised by their study to date, with Matzine as invited guest, during an evening event on Friday 17th October.

The event will be held from 6pm at the Ludoteca Santa Maria Ausillatrice, Castello, Venezia.




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#13 ‘Jargon’ ONLINE LAUNCH

Posted in Announcements by esmefieldhouse on September 9, 2013

Matzine #13 is now online! Click here to read more.

Editors: Esme Fieldhouse & Ian Pollard