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Paul Clarke

Paul Clarke is Reader in Architecture at the Belfast School of Architecture and Built Environment at Ulster University, where he is a member of the Research Institute of Art and Design. He is an architect, writer and filmmaker. He has over 20 years of practice experience working with award winning practices. He is currently supervising several PhDs on the relationship between film and architecture, and hand drawing in contemporary critical practice. Born in Glasgow his written and architectural work has been widely published. With Phaidon he collaborated on the Architecture and Detail series on the masterworks of Charles Rennie Mackintosh: Glasgow School of Art and The Hill House which were completed during the period he was teaching at the Mackintosh School of Architecture. He is currently part of an expert advisory panel working within the architect’s team restoring the Glasgow School of Art. He has drawings held in the collections of the Glasgow School of Art and the Royal Scottish Academy. He was the curator of a touring exhibition and research project on architect’s sketchbooks called The Secret Laboratory and he has directed and produced the film Drawing on Life which was a full length documentary feature which has been shown internationally at many film festivals. His recent book edited with Peter Maybury, called Notations, is a folio collection exploring different practices and approaches to architectural drawing and sketches, including unpublished work by such architects as O’Donnell + Tuomey, Tom de Paor and Grafton Architects.

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