- Matthew Butcher
- Hexham Book Festival
- Arts Council England
- Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums
- Northumberland County Council
Commissioned in collaboration with Hexham Book Festival, The Mansio arrived at strategic sites along Hadrian’s Wall in 2016.
Featuring a small library area, cinema and tea/rest space, Matthew Butcher’s contemporary response to The Mansio brief was striking and unique.
Mansio’s were places of rest for Roman businessmen and government representatives. This Mansio featured new work by award winning authors who wrote new stories in response to the World Heritage site of Hadrian’s Wall.
The project was funded by Arts Council England’s strategic touring funds, Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums, Northumberland County Council, Arts&Heritage and Hexham Book Festival.
Matthew Butcher is an academic, writer and designer. He is a partner in design practice Post Works and is the editor and founder of the architectural newspaper P.E.A.R.: Paper for Emerging Architectural Research. Matthew is also lecturer in Architecture and Performance and BSc Programme Director at the Bartlett School of Architecture. His work has been exhibited at the V&A Museum, London; Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York; The Architecture Foundation, London and the Prague Quadrennial, Prague
Dan Scott and Tom Adams at The Naseby Battlefield Project
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