The new architecture program of the British School at Rome, organized by Marina Engel, includes seminars, exhibitions and performances aimed at investigating the relationships that exist between architects and exponents of other creative processes. In the span of over two years some of the most outstanding figures in the fields of architecture, art, cinema and music will discuss the nature of their collaborations. The first appointment of the series, on Tuesday 29 October, is a conference and exhibition titled Madame Wu and the Mill from Hell, with the Anglo-Canadian architect Adam Caruso(Caruso St. John) and the German artist Thomas Demand. The two have often worked together, and this will be a unique opportunity to learn more about their creative approach. The moderator will be Mario Codognato, art historian, critic and curator. The idea of Meeting Architecture comes from reflections on one of the particular features of British culture, in which the confines between different creative processes are often breached.