Living The Dream is a split-screen filmic encounter with Peter Womersley’s abandoned and decaying modernist design studio built for Bernat Klein in 1972 in the Scottish Borders. The building remains in private ownership and stands surplus to requirement. In spite of, or because of the decay the structure has developed an aura of timelessness, a stillness that belies its productive past.
This past conjures a collision of art and capitalism, foregrounding ideas around the division of labour, the construction of femininity and the individualism of the artist. The film explores the building’s structure within its natural site, juxtaposing 70s fashion images and imagining a future without domestication and waged labour.
Registration is now open for a launch event at McChuills Bar, High Street, Glasgow, on 7 June between 18:00 and 21:00.
The Film will also be exhibited daily in our shop window from 8 Jun 2018 – 24 Jun 2018
Location: jmrchitects, 50 Bell Street, Glasgow, G1 1LQ
We are delighted to see really good progress is being made at Worship Square with the jump from concrete core now past the halfway mark.
A huge congratulations to Monika Matusik, based in our Edinburgh studio, who graduated this month with an HND in Computer Aided Architectural Design and Technology
“The Future is Happening Now – Are we Ready for It?” This was the tag line for this years ‘Build It’, Aberdeen’s Construction and Property Conference which Yunming Thomson attended on 17th November at the P&J Live.