Described as an 18-metre wide 'vast
chronological landscape', Memory Palace visualises the different places and periods where seismic shifts in human perspective took place. From the southern
African caves which bear the marks of humanity's first drawings to the CERN office in Switzerland
which was home to the earliest form of the internet, the piece is both a timeline and atlas of thought across the centuries.
Es Devlin, Memory Palace , Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery. Photograph By Peter Mallet
The award-winning designer has previously expressed her enamour of the former home of British architect John Soane as the one London building she would buy if she could. Next year, Devlin will once again be the face of British design as the artistic director of London Design Biennale 2020.
|What||Es Devlin, Memory Palace, Pitzhanger Manor|
|Where||Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery, Mattock Ln, London, W5 5EQ | MAP|
26 Sep 19 – 12 Jan 20, Tuesday – Friday 10am – 4.30pm. Saturday 10am – 3pm. Sunday 10am – 4.30pm