UCL Urban Laboratory


Audio from Cities Methodologies Spring 2014: Learning to Walk roundtable

30 May 2014

As part of the spring programme of Cities Methodologies in 2014, the 'Learning to Walk' roundtable brought together a range of thinkers, practitioners, and artists who are engaged with walking as a method of understanding, and a way of experiencing, the city

The discussion focuses on the diversity of walks-based practices and different approaches for thinking about walking. The audio is accessible below and on the UCL Urban Laboratory Mixcloud page.

The roundtable is moderated by ThienVinh Nguyen (PhD student, UCL Geography). Contributors to the roundtable include Andy Wicks (artist); Rab Harling (UCL Urban Laboratory Leverhulme Artist-in-residence); Sabeth Tödtli, Nina Lund Westerdahl and Cecilie Sachs Olsen (zURBS); David Kendall (Visiting Research Fellow, Centre for Urban and Community Research, Goldsmiths, University of London); Amy Thomas (PhD student, Bartlett School of Architecture); Tom Bolton (Author, London's Lost Rivers: A Walker's Guide, 2011); Jonathan Hill (Professor of Architecture and Visual Theory, Bartlett School of Architecture); Graham Gussin (artist); Jennie Savage (artist); and Gabriela Garcia de Cortazar (architect and academic).

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