Join Didier Faustino as part of the Architecture Centre Lecture series, a series of talks by leading practitioners, curated by the Architecture Centre in partnership with the University of the West of England.
Artist and architect Didier Faustino explores the intimate relationship between body and space. His work ranges from installation to experimentation, from the creation of subversive visual art to spaces exacerbating the senses. His multi-faceted approach to practice is characterized by a fictional dimension, criticality, freedom from codes and an ability to offer new experiences to the individual and collective body. Several of his projects entered the collections of major institutions such as MoMA, Fonds National d’Art Contemporain and the Centre Georges Pompidou.
This is an Architecture Centre lecture in affiliation with the international Architecture and Humanities Research Association (AHRA) conference on Transgression, hosted by the University of the West of England.
Please note that this lecture will take place in Bush House on 5th Floor of Arnolfini, entry via the Prince St entrance.