In memory of Alasdair Turner 1969 – 2011

Embodied Space, is an exhibition inspired by the work of Alasdair Turner, a life scientist whose work has had a far-reaching impact on space paradigms in architecture. Looking for hermeneutical yet physical dialectic in our being in space, Turner worked across disciplines from computation, art, architecture, urbanism, geography to social sciences and phenomenology

We are seeking original contributions inspired by Alasdair Turner’s theory on embodied space to be included in an exhibition on September the 6th 2012 at the Wates House, Bartlett School of Architecture. Applicants are invited to submit a brief statement of interest (500 words) by August 20th.

Subject to approval by an expert committee, applicants will be invited to submit A1 size posters by September the 1st.

Overseas applicants are welcomed to submit their posters electronically.