DIRTY REALITY: Exploring Landscape Practice, Theory and Reality

 ESSAYS  The essay ‘Placing Identity’ questions the contemporary status quo encountered in the landscape architectural profession. It opens a discussion about the interrelationship between identity, the designer and the landscape and its importance as a vital connection within the landscape architectural process. ‘Dirty Reality’ presents a new model which would expand the relationshs, processes and

FCPS*: Fish, Chips & Public Space

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

FORENSIC, SPACE and LAW

The course 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 an

ARTISTIC PRACTICE: Working with Displaced and Peripheral Communities

WORKSHOP  WORKSHOP: ARTISTIC PRACTICE – WORKING WITH DISPLACED AND PERIPHERAL COMMUNITIES Jens Haendeler and Alex Ioannou participated in a workshop to facilitate conversations around artistic and cultural practices that explore and work with communities affected by peripheralisation and marginalisation at Arts Catalyst. http://www.artscatalyst.org/workshop-artistic-practice-working-displaced-and-peripheral-communities Processes of peripheralisation and marginalisation are consequences of an imbalance of power.

SECURITY AND THE LONDON URBAN LANDSCAPE: Militarising Everyday Life

PRESENTATION  27.03.2017 – Presentation at the University of Westminster: International Relations and Politics This Monday Alex Ioannou and Jens Haendeler had the chance to present some of their fieldwork to students of international relations and politics at the University of Westminster as part of a course coordinated by Dr. Elisabetta Brighi. The workshop featured of a