A talk with Nils Norman

Arnolfini, Narrow Quay, Bristol, BS14QA


Wednesday 05 July 2017
Admission Fee: £7 / £5
Booking essential

Artist Nils Norman works across public art, architecture and urban planning. His projects challenge notions of the function of public art and the efficacy of mainstream urban planning and large-scale regeneration.

Amidst his wider practice, Nils will be discussing his Future Perfect public art commission, which saw a number of Garth England’s drawings used as part of a theatre curtain design for Hengrove Community Centre.

This event is part of the related talks programme to the Architecture Centre's summer exhibition - Murdered with Straight Lines: Drawings of Bristol by Garth England.

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