Panel Borders: Sequential City

Panel Borders: Sequential City

Starting a month of shows about architecture and landscape in comics, Alex Fitch talks to co-curators Heather Gray and Owen D. Powery, and featured artist Alison Sampson about the exhibition Sequential City, currently on display at Anise Gallery, London. Alex discusses with Heather the challenges of displaying comic book art in a gallery devoted to the aesthetics of architecture, to Owen about his comic Between the Billboards and choice of artists on display, and to Alison about her graphic novella Genesis and the website Think of a City, which invites comic book artists to depict a fictional metropolis. Originally broadcast 5th March 2015 on Resonance 104.4 FM (London).

The exhibition Sequential City – The psychology of architecture in contemporary graphic novels runs until 15th March 2015.

Comic art on display in the exhibition Sequential City at Anise Gallery

Comic art on display in the exhibition Sequential City at Anise Gallery

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Links: More information about the exhibition Sequential City at Anise Gallery
Heather Gray’s website
Owen D. Pomery’s website
Alison Sampson’s tumblr, ‘Space in Text’ and ‘Think of a City’ sites
Info about Genesis and Between the Billboards

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Co-presenter / producer of "Panel Borders", Thursdays 5pm Resonance 104.4 FM. Film reviewer for www.electricsheepmagazine.com Podcaster for www.sci-fi-london.com