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Materials Speak Dharma Taylor

Creative Mapping: Design and Architecture Lab Meneesha Kellay

09 Mar 2024

A gathering for practitioners, the lab is an opportunity to access library and archival material from the Stuart Hall Library’s collection, and help shape iniva’s future programmes according to their needs and ambitions.

  • Venue

    Stuart Hall Library

  • Date and time

    Saturday 9 March 2024

  • Time

    12pm - 4pm

  • Admission

    Free but sign up via the form.

  • Artists

    Meneesha Kellay

    Dharma Taylor

iniva’s Creative Mapping: Design and Architecture Lab is a gathering dedicated to artists, designers and architects from the global majority. The lab is an opportunity for practitioners to access library and archival material from the Stuart Hall Library’s collection, and help shape iniva’s future programmes according to their needs and ambitions. 

Taking place in the context of Dharma Taylor’s exhibition Materials Speak, this event is a continuation of our exploration initiated during the Stuart Hall Library Artists’ Residency with the designer. Since then, we have been committed to making iniva’s programme more interdisciplinary across visual practices and understanding how iniva can better serve and integrate design and architecture into its programme.

Convened by Meneesha Kellay.

Full agenda TBA

RSVP

Admission is free but we have very limited spaces for this event. If you’d like to join, please sign up here by Wednesday, 21 February 5pm.

About Meneesha

Meneesha Kellay is a curator working across art, architecture, design, and performance. Currently the Senior Curator, Contemporary Programme at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A), she supports emerging creative practice through commissioning displays, installations, performances, and events. Meneesha is also co-curator of the British Pavilion at the International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia 2023 which received a Special Mention Award. Previously she was Public Programmes Curator at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), Assistant Director of the AA Night School at the Architectural Association and led Open House London. She has worked on projects for the Africa Architecture Awards and the Baltic Pavilion at the International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia 2016