This exhibition, curated by Eliot Haworth, Vaishnavi Gondane, Sara Mahmud, Rehman Qadir, and Tain Wang, accompanied the 2023 MA Architectural History symposium – Unsorted, and included works from students participating in the MA Situated Practice module – Site-Writing. It celebrates the myriad physical objects, artefacts, and methodologies that constitute the process of architectural research but […]

As part of the Bartlett Festival in September 2021, for Site-Writing and Reading Ecopoetics, hosted by Jacqui Glass, Polly Gould, David Roberts, and Jane Rendell, some of the 2020 cohort – Chia-Ying Chou, Teagan Dorsch, Kanza Leghari, and Hamish Muir – read from site-writings that explore the visual and verbal poetics of islands, rivers and […]

Work from the Critical Spatial Practice: Site Writing 2020 cohort is shared on this beautiful website, Echoes and Intersections, designed by Charlotte Morgan, and developed with Kanza Leghari, Chia-Ying Chou, Rasha Saffarini and Toby Blackman

Participants from the site-writing classes of 2020 and 2021 will read from their work on Bloomsbury Radio each evening from 15–24 October 2021 at 9pm as part of the Bloomsbury Festival –  Jane Rendell (15 October), Toby Blackman (16 October), Polly Gould (17 October), David Roberts (18 October), Kanza Leghari (19 October), Rasha Saffarini (20 […]

Refracted Sites presents a selection of projects from the Critical Spatial Practice: Site-Writing module, part of Architectural History and Situated Practice MA programmes at The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. ‘Site-writing’ (Rendell, 2010) takes into account the embodied experiences of the writer, along with the histories and physicality of the spaces they explore. In the physics […]

Reconstructions, was an exhibition and set of readings of site-writings, curated by Emma Filippides, with Maria McLintock, as part of the Urban Storytelling event, hosted by Emily Stone, at the Bartlett School of Architecture, as part of the Bloomsbury Festival on 20 October 2018. 

This exhibition of performative writings, readings, and curations brings together multiple ‘site-writings’ by participants in the Theorising Practices/Practising Theories module, as part of the MA Architectural History and MA Situated Practice at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, led by Jane Rendell, developed out of her own site-writing practice, with curatorial supervision from module tutor Dr Polly Gould. Dr David Roberts is also a core tutor on the module, while writer Sarah Butler, artist-poet Professor Kristen Krieder, artist-curator-writer Professor Simon Morris, and graphic designer Marit Munzberg contribute workshops and talks. 

Site-Writing/Site-Reading was an exhibit curated by — Anna Ulrikke Andersen, Polly Gould, Adriana Keramida, Povilas Marozas, Azzurra Muzzonigro, Mrinal Rammohan and Ishita Shah — (students from the Theorising Practices/Practising Theory: Architecture, Art and Urbanism course run by Jane Rendell as part of the MA in Architectural History at the Bartlett School of Architecture) for The UCL Urban Lab’s annual Cities Methodologies exhibition in April 2013.

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