Peg Rawes, in conversation with artists Graham Ellard and Stephen Johnstone to reconsider how aesthetics and critical structures mediate between architectural and visual practice, hosted by The Serpentine Gallery, in the Oscar Niemeyer Pavilion, organised by Lisa Panting, Milch, London.
Peg Rawes is an architectural historian and theorist. She was educated at the The University of Leeds, Oxford Brookes University, University of Warwick and Goldsmiths, University of London. Rawes is Senior Lecturer in History and Theory at The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London.
Her varied research interests on the aesthetics of modern art and architecture have led to publications on, among other subjects, theories of space and time, 17th century rationalist philosophy, aesthetics, post-structuralist and feminist philosophy, concepts of materiality in science, digital technology and modernist art theory.
Graham Ellard and Stephen Johnstone are artists whose work in film, video installation, large scale permanent light works and drawing, exists in the intersections of architecture and cinema.