In conversation with Abigale Neate Wilson

“On 11 March, Neate Wilson will present the idea of the ‘end’ of architecture. Looking back to the utopian promises of the 20th Century, the dross reality of the present describes no element of grandiose achievement. Instead we face a steady descent into a more frightening prospect of dilapidation, scarcity and conflict. As we surpass the futures envisioned by our predecessors, we are lead to question what can be learnt from their failed predictions. A screening of Patrick Keiller’s The End will be followed by a conversation with writer and architect Douglas Murphy, Author of the books ‘Last Futures’ and ‘The Architecture of Failure’. This event will include BSL interpretation.”

Event at the Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow