Rod Heyes, Small Talk Newcastle, United Kingdom

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Rod Heyes, Small Talk

Newcastle, United Kingdom

15th November 2021

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Caruso St John director Rod Heyes will be giving a 'small talk' for Newcastle University's Architecture Society. He discusses ideas of intention and realisation, the value in existing situations and building's constant states of change; referring to the work of Robert Smithson, Edgar Degas, Atelier Bow-Wow and Paul Serusier.

The lecture is on Wednesday 15th November at 5:30pm in the university's Old Gallery. For those who cannot attend in person the event will be livestream on the society's Instagram page.

Image, Paul Serusier, Yellow Farm at Pouldu, 1890

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