SATURDAY 26 JUNE 2pm – 8pm / 6 DAVID MEWS, SE10 8NJ
For the London Festival of Architecture 2021, Anise Gallery and AVR London present Work Home. Play Home, a film exploring how we create workplaces that are optimised for, and care for, a work-life balance.
To celebrate the launch of AVR London & Anise Gallery’s new creative home, join us at 6 David Mews for a series of live screenings of Work Home. Play Home, followed by short talks from a selection of industry experts.
There will be 4 screenings throughout the afternoon followed by a short talk and Q&A from one of our experts.
Please use the links provided to book the time slot that you wish. Each session is expected to last around 45 minutes. Places are very limited to ensure a safe and comfortable environment for everyone, so make sure you book early!
SCREENINGS & TALKS PROGRAMME
2pm – Amy Frearson
Amy Frearson is a London-based journalist and editor specialising in architecture and design. She is editor-at-large for Dezeen, the world’s biggest and most influential design website, and a regular contributor to magazines including Elle Decoration, Grand Designs, Icon and Design Anthology. She is also co-author of All Together Now: the co-living and co-working revolution, published by RIBA Books. Before moving into journalism, Amy worked in architectural practice for five years. She holds a master’s in architectural history from The Bartlett and a degree in architecture from Kingston University.
3.30pm – Sarah Yates
Sarah Yates is a Researcher at London’s leading built environment organisation, New London Architecture (NLA). She studied art and architectural history at Leeds University and then undertook an MA in Curating Contemporary Design at Kingston University, where she focused on curating architecture outside of the traditional museum environment.
Sarah has worked as a freelance curator, editor, researcher and programme manager for heritage and built environment organisations including English Heritage and Open-City, as well as NLA. Since 2006, she has co-authored major reports, most recently The Changing Face of London and WRK/LDN: Office Revolution?
5pm – Catarina Kohut
Catarina is an associate at Jonathan Tuckey Design, focusing on the reuse and adaptation of existing buildings towards sustainable regeneration. Since she joined the studio in 2013, she has worked on a wide range of projects at different scales, including the Gasholders Building in King’s Cross, fashion boutique Egg’s outpost at Dover Street Market, and the practice’s own new office building in Kensington Olympia, which has been converted from an existing Victorian pub.
Catarina obtained her Masters in Architecture from Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa in Portugal, and has always been an enthusiastic traveller, working in Slovenia, Sweden and Switzerland, before joining Jonathan Tuckey Design in London.
6.30pm – Tim Hall & Joe Robson
Formerly a partner at FCB Studios, Tim Hall went on to set up Light Earth Design alongside Peter Rich, Michael Ramage and Ana Gatoo. As pioneers of Sustainable Technologies and Green urban Design, the practice combines architecture, design and engineering to explore sustainable design solutions that contribute to societies’ future development. Tim has taught architectural design and has lectured extensively in the UK, Rwanda, Sweden and South Africa.
Joe Robson set up Architectural Visualisation practice AVR London in 2006 and has since worked with some of the world’s most influential architects on some of the most striking buildings such as The Shard and NEO Bankside. In 2012 he set up Anise Gallery with his partner Jacky Jubert. The joint venture has rapidly been recognised as one of London’s key galleries focused on architectural artwork.
Together, Joe and Tim will discuss the collaborative design approach used in David Mews and other schemes.
FRIDAY 19 OCTOBER 7pm
Please join us for
ART UNDER THE INFLUENCE – A PANEL DISCUSSION
On Friday 19 October, alongside Matteo Zamagni’s exhibition ‘Crepuscolo’ we will be joined by an inspiring panel who will be questioning the role of art in our present society and to what extent art can actually influence popular opinion.
The exhibition will be open from 2pm, the talk will commence at 7pm. No need to RSVP. Please note this talk is at Anise Workshop, 27-33 Malham Road, SE23 1AH.
SATURDAY 12 OCTOBER 11am – 1pm
The wonderful Abstracted:Architecture by Mike Curry comes to a close this Saturday. To mark the end of this beautiful exhibition we are offering 10% off all work on Saturday and we will throw in a coffee and croissant too!
Saturday 12 October from 11am.
THURSDAY 1 AUGUST & THURSDAY 8 AUGUST 2019
This August Anise Gallery will be hosting two events as part of the School of Speculation‘s 2019 public lecture programme.
On August 1st, we will be joined by “post-internet” artist Ed Forniles who will be giving a talk on his latest work which seeks to “disrupt the world of the internet, a world in which today most feel comfortable in.”
On August 8th, we will be joined by interdisciplinary artist Daisy Ginsberg who will be presenting her research on synthetic biology and the design of living matter. You can book tickets for this event here.
Events start at 7pm, talk will start around 7:30pm. Tickets are £5 / £3 concessions.
SATURDAY 27 APRIL 2PM – 3:30PM
After the success of our first coding workshop we are holding another one on Saturday 27 April at 2pm, the last day of Virtual Playground.
Using Scratch, we’ll run you through the basics, show you how to create your own character, make it move and generally have fun. By the end of the session you’ll be playing your very own computer game that you created.
As part of our Virtual Playground Exhibition there will also be plenty of opportunity to try out the games that are part of the exhibition and the multiple virtual reality experiences.
Please see details of the course below.
Numbers are strictly limited to 8 so if you would like to join us please sign up via the eventbrite link.
Recommended age between 6 and 12 but please do contact us if you think your child will enjoy the workshop and is a different age.
AIMS OF THE LESSON:
- To create a maze game
- Possibility of creating a multi level game
- Learn what a Sprite is
- Learn how to find Sprites and apply them to the game
- How to set commands using the green flag and keyboard shortcuts.
The course will start at 2pm – please arrive 1:45pm at the latest.
The course will run for approx 1 hour to 1 hour 30mins.
Each child will receive a certificate and goody bag at the end of the course.
Please join us for our latest talk
ARCHITECTURAL SCALE: PHYSICAL AND VIRTUAL RESOLUTION IN THE POST DIGITAL IMAGE
SATURDAY 26 JANUARY (talk starts 5pm)
We will be joined by:
Mattia, Luigi and Davide : (ab)Normal
David and Daniel : The D*Haus Company – Experimental architecture and design
Joe : AVR London – Architectural visualisation and VR
Herbert Wright will be taking charge of the discussion – we hope you can join us!
To help us with numbers it would be great if you could
Please don’t worry about just turning up on the day though.
We’ll be open from 4pm so feel free to pop by, have a drink and see the current exhibition – Datasutra by (ab)Normal
What are you waiting for….
We were delighted to collaborate with Jacek Ludwig Scarso and the Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design on In Limbo. A week-long participatory experience, conceived and led by Jacek reflects on the meaning of waiting. Take a seat and share with us what you’re waiting for… or simply relax, and just wait.
Taking over the 5th floor of the Blavatnik Building for a week in December we partnered with our friend at A-VR to curated a VR waiting room journey which complimented the experience. We hope to take In Limbo to other locations so watch this space!