John Denton, Architecture as Land Art

8 Feb 2018

Hear John Denton, one of the founders of Denton Corker Marshall talk about the idea of architecture as land art, and how this idea relates to the new Shepparton Art Museum.

Denton is one of the founders of Denton Corker Marshall, one of the most significant and successful Australian-owned international architecture and design practices with offices in Melbourne, London and Jakarta. They have designed landmark projects including Melbourne's Gateway project, Museum Victoria, and Exhibition Building. Internationally, DCM designed Stonehenge Visitor Information Centre, and Australia’s Venice pavilion.

As many will know, DCM won the architecture competition for the new SAM. Denton joins us to discuss DCM’s approach to architecture as an art object set in the landscape.

Where: Eastbank, 70 Welsford St, Shepparton
When: Thu 8 February, 5.30 to 7pm
How much: $25 (Friends $20) here
Facebook event: RSVP on Facebook here