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Urban Materialities symposium

As ‘the militant city’ comes to an end, I’m delighted to share some of my research findings in a one-day symposium, Urban Encounters: Urban Materialities, at the Tate Britain on Oct 5th.  Blurb and programme below. Further details here. “The interdisciplinary

Urban Materialities symposium

As ‘the militant city’ comes to an end, I’m delighted to share some of my research findings in a one-day symposium, Urban Encounters: Urban Materialities, at the Tate Britain on Oct 5th.  Blurb and programme below. Further details here. “The interdisciplinary

‘The Scam of Scams?’ Discussing London 2012 in NYC

THE COLLOQUIUM FOR UNPOPULAR CULTURE presents: ISAAC MARRERO-GUILLAMÓN and ETHEL BROOKS, THE SCAM OF SCAMS? – ASSESSING THE LEGACIES OF THE LONDON OLYMPICS WHEN: Monday 19 November 2012, 12:30-1:50pm WHERE: New York University, Room 471, 20 Cooper Square [East 5th

‘The Scam of Scams?’ Discussing London 2012 in NYC

THE COLLOQUIUM FOR UNPOPULAR CULTURE presents: ISAAC MARRERO-GUILLAMÓN and ETHEL BROOKS, THE SCAM OF SCAMS? – ASSESSING THE LEGACIES OF THE LONDON OLYMPICS WHEN: Monday 19 November 2012, 12:30-1:50pm WHERE: New York University, Room 471, 20 Cooper Square [East 5th

The Uncertain States of Contemporary Photography

The Art of Dissent will be featured at the next Uncertain States salon discussion. All welcome.

The Uncertain States of Contemporary Photography

The Art of Dissent will be featured at the next Uncertain States salon discussion. All welcome.

Juxtaposition: Capturing the Changing Landscape of the Lower Lea Valley

An exhibition loosely related to The Art of Dissent, featuring some the book’s contributors alongside other artists.

Juxtaposition: Capturing the Changing Landscape of the Lower Lea Valley

An exhibition loosely related to The Art of Dissent, featuring some the book’s contributors alongside other artists.

‘Incursions and Subversions’, event at Freeword on July 12th

Incursions and Subversions: Art’s response to London’s Olympic Dreams Thu 12 Jul 2012, 6:30pm Free Word Lecture Theatre The London 2012 Olympics have established what philosopher Jacques Rancière calls a “police order” – a regulation of what is visible, sayable

‘Incursions and Subversions’, event at Freeword on July 12th

Incursions and Subversions: Art’s response to London’s Olympic Dreams Thu 12 Jul 2012, 6:30pm Free Word Lecture Theatre The London 2012 Olympics have established what philosopher Jacques Rancière calls a “police order” – a regulation of what is visible, sayable

Celebration Capitalism – Jules Boykoff at Birkbeck, 17 July

Celebration Capitalism: The London Olympics and Its Discontents 17 July 2012 – 6-8pm Room 532, Main Building, Malet Street Birkbeck College Free entry; first come, first seated This talk examines ‘celebration capitalism’, the affable cousin of Naomi Klein’s ‘disaster capitalism’.

Celebration Capitalism – Jules Boykoff at Birkbeck, 17 July

Celebration Capitalism: The London Olympics and Its Discontents 17 July 2012 – 6-8pm Room 532, Main Building, Malet Street Birkbeck College Free entry; first come, first seated This talk examines ‘celebration capitalism’, the affable cousin of Naomi Klein’s ‘disaster capitalism’.

Picturing the Olympics

Picturing the Olympics Thurs June 21st, 18.30pm Birkbeck College, Room B20, Malet Street, WC1E 7HX A cross-disciplinary panel discussion on images and urban change Speakers: Anthony Palmer (ex-ODA, contributor to book on Olympic Parklands) Jonathan Kendall (Fletcher Priest Architects). Man

Picturing the Olympics

Picturing the Olympics Thurs June 21st, 18.30pm Birkbeck College, Room B20, Malet Street, WC1E 7HX A cross-disciplinary panel discussion on images and urban change Speakers: Anthony Palmer (ex-ODA, contributor to book on Olympic Parklands) Jonathan Kendall (Fletcher Priest Architects). Man