Imagine if cemeteries were a network of memorial vessels transforming biomass into an elegant and perpetually renewing constellation of light
Our partnership project Future Cemetery has just welcomed their first design competition winner, Sylvan Constellation.
Galen Pardee, from DeathLAB Research Associate at Columbia University GSAPP, will be presenting the Lunchtime Talk at the Pervasive Media Lab in Bristol, UK on Friday 1st July at 13:00 and will be joined by Dr John Troyer, Director of the Centre for Death and Society at the University of Bath.
The Sylvan Constellation team, based in New York, come from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation DeathLAB and LATENT Productions. They have won a £5,000 cash prize and a month-long residency during which they will research the historic 42-acre Arnos Vale Cemetery and work with the University of Bath’s Centre for Death and Society, production company Calling the Shots, and the Pervasive Media Lab.
Join Galen and the Future Cemetery team to find out more!