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London Festival of Architecture 2008

Screening the City _(20 June – 20 July)
A major film season _Screening the City_ will come to the capital
this summer.  It will showcase a dynamic range of international
architecture-themed films in inspiring indoor and outdoor venues,
launch a public competition to find innovative new ways of filming
architecture and look in detail at today’s most exciting
digitally-produced architectural moving images

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Architectural Jelly Banquet

We will also be screening films about food and architecture as part of the London Festival of Architecture

Details below:

Architectural Jelly Banquet
Vast jelly installation and party curated by architectural foodsmiths Bompas & Parr in UCL's neo classical quad. Let's get ready to wobble!

For the London Festival of Architecture architectural foodsmiths Bompas & Parr invite you to enter a fantastical jelly world. Performers wearing vast jelly costumes will dance around an altar containing an array of over 1000 specially commissioned jellies. The jellies will include the winning designs for the Architectural Jelly Design Competition entered by many top architects.

Jellies created as part of the Architectural Jelly Design Competition will be showcased alongside bespoke wobbling soundscapes, projections and intense oral stimulation. The whole will serve to amplify the architectural impact of the UCL’s buildings.

Come dressed like a trifle or tasty desert and ready marvel then party long into the night.

- late bar
- booming sound
- entasis
- jelly wrestling
– theory

Venue: UCL Quad, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT
Date 4th July
Time: 8pm to 1am
Price: 5GBP
Tickets avaliable
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