This site-specific poetry installation and performance explores Egyptian revival decorative arts in the context of the Egyptian houses of Penzance and Plymouth. A series of digital and printed text-based responses to the architecture of the building ask the extent to which Egyptianised architecture can be said to take British people into ‘uncharted waters’. We strongly recommend booking early, as places are limited.
Also taking place on Thursday 6th July from 3-3.30pm.
In support of the Landmark Trust