Programmes released for Edge - Situated Practice in Art, Architecture and Urbanism
31 August 2017
The programmes for each day in the Edge - Situated Practice in Art, Architecture and Urbanism series are now available to view and download online.
You can take a look at the biographies and abstracts of our participating practitioners and thinkers, plus information on our accompanying film series at each event, special performances, exhibitions and tours.
GATEWAY takes place on Thursday 14 September, with artist masterclasses at the Slade School of Fine Art during the day, and an evening programme of presentations, featuring our keynote speaker Jeremy Deller. You can view the full programme here (pdf).
PERIPHERY takes place on Saturday 7 October at Here East, a new facility for innovation on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park near Hackney Wick. Featuring keynotes by artists Jill Magid and Do Ho Suh, plus presentations from Assemble, Liza Fior, Oreet Ashery, and many more. You can view the full programme here (pdf).
BORDER takes place on Saturday 4 November at the Folkestone Quarterhouse on the final weekend of the Triennial. In addition to our keynote presentation by Friedrich Ludewig of ACME - architects of the regeneration of Folkestone Harbour - there will be guided tours of the Triennial exhibition and an exclusive evening event at Diane Dever and The Decorators' Triennial project 'Customs House: Urban Room Folkestone'. You can view the full programme here (pdf).
Edge - Situated Practice in Art, Architecture and Urbanism is a collaboration between UCL Urban Laboratory and the Creative Foundation, the organisers of Folkestone Triennial 2017, with support from the Slade School of Fine Art and The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. Arts Council England provide funding for Folkestone Triennial 2017.
The programmes have been designed by Matthew Chrislip.