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Where Soul and City Connect: A Personal Reflection on Serpentine Pavilion 2021

Where Soul and City Connect: A Personal Reflection on Serpentine Pavilion 2021

Nadia Joseph, a team member of New Beacon Books, reflects on her experience of the Pavilion and how it resonated with many aspects of her life.

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The Last Furniture: Martino Gamper's Tribute to Enzo Mari

The Last Furniture: Martino Gamper's Tribute to Enzo Mari

Martino Gamper pays tribute to the late furniture designer Enzo Mari with two coffins created in the style of Mari’s seminal Autoprogettazione method.

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Paola Antonelli on Design and the Politics of Wood

Paola Antonelli on Design and the Politics of Wood

Agenda-setting MoMA Curator Paola Antonelli considers the journey of wood throughout history.

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Unpacking the Problems and Potentials of the Timber Industry with Formafantasma

Rebecca Lewin, the Serpentine's Curator of Exhibitions & Design, interviews Formafantasma about the making of Cambio.

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Rebecca Allen on Kraftwerk, Video Games and Artificial Life

Rebecca Allen on Kraftwerk, Video Games and Artificial Life

"Artists are inventors too; coming up with new ideas and new forms of expression, so to be in a research lab and to be an artist inventing new things made a lot...

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Back to Earth: Tracing the Roots

Back to Earth: Tracing the Roots

What does designing with and for the non-human mean?

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Discover 50 years of the Serpentine

From the architecture pavilion and digital commissions to the ideas marathon and the General Ecology programme, explore 50 years of artists, projects and exhibitions.

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