The project started with an invitation to Robert Mull and Alexander Brodsky to see what they would make of ‘sheds’ within the confines of the Drawing Matter collections. Markus Lähteenmäki proposed the subtitle, ‘Palaces of Nothing’, and its point of departure. Over an intense two days the guest curators followed unexpected directions in their poetic and pragmatic pursuit of this least – or most – architectural object. An exhibition of their selected drawings, opened at the Hauser & Wirth Maltings Gallery on October 9th for two weeks, with a discussion. For review see The Architectural Review – Palaces of Nothing.