Nigel Coates | TateShots

Nigel Coates lets his imagination run wild by using Bourbon biscuits, Liquorice Allsorts and golf balls, and other unlikely materials to conjure a vision of London’s future. Part of Global Cities.

Coates was invited to make a piece of work for Global Cities, Tate Modern’s exhibition about the changing face of ten international cities. The architectural model he created focuses on the Thames Gateway, an area of land targeted for regeneration that stretches eastwards from Canary Wharf along the river Thames.  He talks about why British architecture is in need of an injection of artistic spirit.

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