Two ‘obelisks’—one by Álvaro Siza Vieira and another by Alison and Peter Smithson—have been re-erected in Shatwell, a “semi-derelict agricultural complex” deep in rural England. The monuments form part of an evolving programme of installations which Drawing Matter, an organisation founded by Niall…
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