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BothAnd Group

BothAnd Group is a research-based design studio investigating the social, ecological and political forces that shape rural territories. They uncover, design for, and translate these concerns through their work in the fields of architecture, landscape architecture, and exhibition. Their work has been exhibited at both La Biennale Architettura 2023 and the Tallinn Architecture Biennale 2022. Their ongoing investigations include an examination of global food landscapes and indigenous land management practices. BothAnd Group is Jarek Adamczuk, Alice Clarke, Andrew Ó Murchú and Kate Rushe.

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Imbolc or February marks the start of spring, and architecture events are slowly gathering momentum once again, reflected by the number and variety of upcoming activities. Traditionally, spring is the season of repair where fences and regenerative materials were once renewed, and fields are prepared for sowing. This February offers many opportunities to engage with this negotiation between landscape and design/architecture.

Jane Hutton will join us for a lecture on material movement on the 16th of February at 1pm in TUDublin’s Linenhall Gallery (or you can also join online). The talk will explore the movement of materials from invisible landscapes to their manifestation in urban landscapes by focusing on two materials from her seminal book “Reciprocal Landscapes Stories of Material Movements”.

Capturing the ethos of repair, on the 12th of February the Irish Architecture Foundation are hosting Unlocking Potential, a two part seminar on developing a culture of reuse and adaptation with speakers Francesca Torzo, Valerie Mulvin and Ruth O’ Herlihy, Gráinne Shaffrey, Steve Larkin, Loughlin Kealy and Vicky Landy. The seminar accompanies the EUmies Award Exhibition hosted by the RIAI which is being held at the Printworks in Dublin and open until the 14th of February. The exhibition puts on display 40 shortlisted works, including the Grafton Architects 2022 EUmies Award winning project Town House at Kingston University in London.

Finally, Christopher Morris presents his film “A Year in a Field” documenting the changing landscape of a standing stone in a Cornish field over a period of 12 months in 2021, hoping to raise questions around the climate emergency. The film, shown on the 21st of February in CECAS, Myross House in Cork, brings together the stillness of the monument and its uncertain surrounding landscape as “a direct-action of stillness”.”

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