Open lecture series April 2019 with international scholars, film-makers, architects and artists.
Course: Public Space, Culture & Identity art, architecture & activism as public power This course is designed to study the notion of public space and its importance in crystallizing collective cultural identity and citizenship and will work through the creation of a podcast and an activista’ project. Very firstly, the goal is to engage critically
This student exhibition offers theoretical and practical reflections on the relations between the study of the space of architecture/built environments within the area of International Humanitarian Law (IHL) and Human Rights (HR). It deals with the evidentiary and epistemological role of architecture as an instrument to investigate legal controversies within their distinct spatial dimensions. In
Pnevma will participate in the Recall-Reflect-Return Performance Symposium which provides a platform for the exchange of expertise and embodied practices of Palestinians and international artists and academics in the in the field of Performance Art, through the lens of performance art, experimental theatre, sound art, moving image, architecture, public space, theoretical discourse.
ESSAY The essay ‘Public Space as Capability’ argues that it is at the margins of the global city – in places like Deptford – where openings occur that allow for a new form of public space to be produced.
PHYSICAL PROJECT FCPS* examines the spatiality of fish in Deptford, revealing the reciprocal nature of the city, and proposes a series of urban interventions that lead to a portion of Fish & Chips near Deptford Creek, encouraging the reproduction and re-imagining of social space. The journey starts with a newspaper mapping the way to a
On the 5th of March 2018 we will enter into an open conversation with Léopold Lambert, a licensed architect, writer and the editor-in-chief of The Funambulist, a cross-disciplinary bimestrial magazine that discusses the politics of space and bodies. He has lived in Honkong, New York and Bombay. Currently being based in between Paris and Philadelphia, he
On the 28th of February we had the honor to enter into an open conversation with Rosa Menkman, a dutch-born visual artist, curator and theorist who is currently being based in Berlin. Her work has been exhibited widely across the digital sphere as much as within physical spaces across the globe. The conversation was led
How does globalization affect the notion of the city? When has the global city emerged? What are the new elements introduce by the global economy? This course takes a critical look at globalization and its impacts on cities around the world. The first part of the course focuses on the ways transnational flows of trade,
Stills from Images of the World and the Inscription of War by Harun Farocki