At long last we can reveal the trailer for our upcoming anthropology documentary film “WHAT WE DO HERE”
WHAT WE DO HERE explores how aspiring architects at Manchester School of Architecture approach various stages of modelmaking as they grapple with materials, methods and machines to ultimately reveal the ways in which the models inform their individual growth and understanding. In addition to this it examines the ways that staff integrate practical making into their requirements for student assignments and within their own research projects.
Premiere Screening and Debate June 29th
The film will premiere at in Venice at Biennale Sessions, Special programme for higher education institutions at La Biennale di Venezia’s 16th International Architecture Exhibition. The screening will take place at 15.00 at the Venice Arsenale Sale D’Armi followed by speakers and a debate on the subject of making in design. Speakers will be announced shortly.
TIME SPACE EXISTENCE June 30th – November 25th
The film will take up a 5 month residence at Palazzo Bembo as part of the TIME SPACE EXISTENCE Collateral Biennale exhibition. WWDH will be screened on repeat during all opening hours at Palazzo Bembo near the famous Rialto Bridge.
JOIN US IN VENICE!
MSA Students and Graduates are invited to attend the event and will be eligible for exclusive discounted 3 day tickets for the full Biennale exhibitions should they attend from June 29th.
MSA is currently the only UK School scheduled to take part in these sessions.
Anyone wishing to take join the event please email firstname.lastname@example.org expressing your interest.