Patrick Keiller: The Dilapidated Dwelling
Patrick Keiller: The Dilapidated Dwelling

Patrick Keiller: The Dilapidated Dwelling

With Patrick Keiller, Anna Minton and Sam Jacob

Patrick Keiller‘s The Dilapidated Dwelling is a startling essay film about housing in Britain at the beginning of the 21 century. Narrated by Tilda Swinton, the film’s project ‘to anticipate the future’ has proved uncannily prescient of the current crisis in UK housing, and its relation to money and society.

Following the screening, Patrick will be in discussion with Anna Minton, author of Ground Control and chair Sam Jacob, architect and curator, about the film’s themes: domestic architecture, land ownership and the economics of late capitalism.


25th June 2014, 7:30pm

Kings Place, London N1 9AG

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