Online Event | Momentum Public Seminar: ‘On Curating’

Online Event | Momentum Public Seminar: 'On Curating'


6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Event Type

A virtual seminar & panel discussion, with presentations by t o b Architect, Noreile Breen and plattenbaustudio

This virtual seminar, ‘On Curating’, will explore how architecture is mediated, communicated and experienced through the exhibition as a medium. The event will include presentations from this year’s Momentum architects, Noreile Breen, t o b Architect and plattenbaustudio, followed by a panel discussion, chaired by Nathalie Weadick, IAF Director.
Booking is now open, please register for your place by clicking here.

18:00-18:10: Introduction and curatorial overview of Momentum
18:10-18:25: Presentation by Noreile Breen
18:25-18:40: Presentation by t o b Architect
18:40-18:55: Presentation by plattenbaustudio
18:55-19:15: Panel discussion, chaired by Nathalie Weadick

19:15-19:30: Audience Q+A, chaired by Nathalie Weadick

About Momentum
Momentum is the title of a biannual programme at the Irish Architecture Foundation’s building, a vibrant centre for architecture in Dublin. The programme seeks to create a space, physically and introspectively, to document, contextualise and introduce to the public, the work of emerging architects and collectives, around whom exists a growing critical and curatorial consensus. It also advances the IAF’s ambition to create more opportunities for more architectural exhibitions and to enhance a culture for curating architecture in Ireland.

The intimate space of the gallery at the IAF base on Bachelor’s Walk allows the architect to test a theory, revisit an old idea afresh, or present a proposition that can enhance their practice beyond the exhibition. The IAF gallery is used as a stopping off point, a paused moment for reflection on the way to something significant.

In 2021 the Momentum architects chosen – Noreile Breen, t o b Architect and plattenbaustudio, are re-imagining the future of architecture practice, and their work demonstrates a high degree of sensitivity to context, to the environment and to the public. The exhibition will be supported by the beautiful publication Momentum designed by Peter Maybury.

Find out more about Momentum and how you can visit by clicking here.

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