The Bartlett School of Sustainable Construction


Claire McAndrew talks at SHUFFLE FESTIVAL 2017

29 August 2017

How cities make us wild and digital data is changing our experience of space.

Tate Modern Turbine Hall

Claire McAndrew gets under the skin of the spaces that we inhabit and explores why we behave like we do in certain spaces at SHUFFLE FESTIVAL, 26 August.

What makes a place resonate with us? Why does the city make us wild and how can the countryside make us calm? The talk opened-up questions around data and how it is starting to change our experience of cities, both in the creation of new moral and ethical challenges and its blurring of the relationship between public/private space.

SHUFFLE joins people together to create the kind of cities they want to live in. As an organisation, SHUFFLE works to build a more integrated community presence in the built and natural environment. It is run by Kate MacTiernan (MA Architecture + Built Environment) and Lizzy Daish (BA Geography, MSc Urban Studies), with the support of film director and Mile End resident, Danny Boyle.