POSTPONED - NEW DATE TBA. IAS Waste: Terrain Vague
26 March 2020–27 March 2020, 9:30 am–5:00 pm
Unfortunately, due to current travel restrictions, this event had to be postponed - new date tba. Organised by Graham Gussin. The Symposium has a associated exhibition at the Slade School of Fine Art.
This event is free.
Unfortunately, due to current travel restrictions, this event had to be postponed - new date tba.
Terrain Vague takes its title from a key essay concerning urban spaces written in 1995 by Ignasi de Sola-Morales. The event, in the form of an exhibition and symposium, takes the essay as a starting point and explores the ideas in ways relevant to contemporary practice and discourse. Interstitial Spaces will be considered in relation to themes of uncertainty instability, identity and agency.
Please download the programme here.
This event is supported by the Slade School of Fine art, the UCL Urban Lab and the UCL Institute of Advanced Studies. This is part of the 2020 annual research project on the theme of 'waste' at he Urban Lab and the IAS.
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