Disappear Here: Deanna Petherbridge in conversation with Sam Jacob
Bringing together material from the RIBA and Drawing Matter collections, the exhibition Disappear Here (RIBA, 2 May – 7 Oct 2018) explores the history, application and implications of perspective, how it spans truth and illusion, linking the disciplines of art, architecture and mathematics. In this podcast series, curator and designer Sam Jacob discusses with various guests the exhibition’s material and themes.
For the second episode Sam is joined by Deanna Petherbridge, artist, curator and author of The Primacy of Drawing (Yale University Press).
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Joseph Potter (1756–1842), Design for the remodelling of Plas Newydd, Llanfairpwll, Anglesey, for the Marquess of Anglesey: perspective of an interior with three doors or panels opening inwards into the room, 1820. Pencil, pen and ink and watercolour on paper. © RIBA Collection.
Jean-Charles Moreux (1889–1956), Immeuble Ateliers: design for model studio duplex apartment: interior perspective, 1925. Print on wove paper, 390 × 350 mm.
Ernö Goldfinger (1902–1987), Design for a 27-storey Office Block, Moorgate, London: perspective view, 1955. Pen and ink on paper. © RIBA Collection.
Episode 1: with Kent Rawlinson, Head of Collections at RIBA.
Episode 3: with Madelon Vriesendorp, artist and founding member of the Office of Metropolitan Architecture (OMA).
Episode 4: with Marie Bak Mortensen, Head of Exhibitions at RIBA and co-curator, with Sam Jacob, of Disappear Here.
Episode 5: with artist Patrick Hughes.