Therme Art and VDF present a talk on the role of art and culture in the built environment

published 24.06.2020 15:39

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Therme Art and VDF present a live panel discussion on the relationship between art and architecture The second panel of the series featured a discussion about the value of live cultural events amidst global unrest with Es Devlin, Zoé Whitely and Marc Spiegler among others.

The panel also featured Elvira Dyangani Ose, director and chief curator of London-based art space the Showroom and London-based architect David Kohn.

The panel was co-moderated by the CEO and curator of Therme Art Mikolaj Sekutowicz, and director of the British Council's visual arts programme Emma Dexter.

The talk was organised in partnership with the British Council and was the third instalment of Therme Art's new initiative, Wellbeing Culture Forum, which is a programme of online discussions that explore the role of culture and art during the coronavirus pandemic.

Sonia Boyce, Elvira Dyangani Ose, David Kohn and others took part in a panel discussion about the role of art and culture in shaping the built environment, as part of Therme Art's collaboration with Virtual Design Festival today.