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☀️Introducing our Summer School Guest Tutors, led by Sabrina Morreale and Lorenzo Perri☀️

☀️Chat Architects – Bangkok-based architectural firm founded by Chatpong Chuenrudeemol

☀️Elena Palacio Carral - Founding Director, Forms of Living; Visiting Lecturer, RCA

☀️Dr Lidia Gasperoni - Philosopher and Architectural Theorist; Research and Teaching Associate, Department of Architectural Theory of the TU Berlin

Disclaimer: The list of contributors is subject to change depending on availability.

🗓️ Summer Course Dates: 15 - 19 July 2024
Campus Location: RCA, Kensington Gore, London SW7 2EU

For more course info, click on the link in bio.

For enquiries, please email [email protected].

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Architecture Summer School is now open for booking! 📖🌷

Our teaching and studios are geared toward hands-on learning, lectures, discussions, and site visits. At the Summer School, you have the opportunity to enter into a space where creativity is pushed and challenged, where new and old materials are examined for reinvention and innovation.

This year’s Summer School will be led by Sabrina Morreale and Lorenzo Perri, leaders of ADS7 and the duo behind architectural practice, Lemonot

🌈 Join us and create this summer! Take advantage of the early bird fee by booking now.

For more course info and to take advantage of our early bird fee, click on the link in bio.

Early bird fee: £1125.00
Early bird booking deadline: 15 April 2024
Summer Course Dates: 15 - 19 July 2024
Campus Location: RCA, Kensington Gore, London SW7 2EU

For enquiries, please email [email protected].

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💫🌟Architecture Summer School 2024 is open for applications🌟💫

We’re delighted to announce new dates for our popular Architecture Summer School. We’re looking forward to welcoming delegates from around the world to the 🌎

The Architecture Summer School offers a challenging and engaging programme of design studio experience, visits to exciting locations, lectures and skills training.

The course will be led by Sabrina Morreale and Lorenzo Perri, leaders of ADS7 and the duo behind architectural practice, Lemonot .

For more course info and to take advantage of our early bird fee, click on the link in bio.

Dates:
🗓15 - 19 July 2024☀️

📍Location:
Kensington Gore
SW7 2EU

Early bird fee:
£1125.00 💰

Questions?
📧: [email protected]

Images:
1st image - ADS7 2023/24: Being WIth-In - WIP Show
2nd image - ADS7 2022/23: Convivial-sim
3rd image - ADS7 2023/24: Being WIth-In - Cross Crit

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We’re excited to announce Po-Fu Yang .pfy of as our second speaker for this season’s Inside Out Lecture Series, at 6:30pm on Tuesday 23rd January! The lecture will take place in Lecture Theatre 1, Darwin Building at the Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London.

Tickets are free and available in limited supply on a first come, first served basis. The lecture will be recorded and shared online at a later date. See link in bio for more information.

ABOUT PO-FU:
Po-Fu is a London-based architectural designer with international experience in a ranges of areas within the architecture industry. Graduating at distinction level from M-Arch (B-pro) at the Bartlett School of Architecture, he currently works at Foster + Partners.Focusing on advanced architectural design methodologies, he is particularly interested in discrete design theory – such as modularity design and robotic automated fabrication. His work aims to explore the possibility of simplifying the design process by integrating modular building systems and automation, in order to maximise flexibility and efficiency of use.

12/01/2024

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Hi everyone please join the City Design programme on Friday the 19th from 4-8 pm. We will be joined by banner maker legend Ed Hall who has made banners for protests for Palestine for over 50 years. We will make banners together (materials will be supplied but limited). We will then be joined by Faissal el Malak for a short talk and screening of his new film which won the dean’s medal at last year’s Goldmsmith’s MFA degree. Finally Bint Mbareh will perform starting at 6:30 pm. We will have Palestinain food catering. See you all and love and solidarity ♥️ 🇵🇸✊🏽
LINK TO SIGN UP IN BIO! Artwork by Kamal Boullata.

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Have you reserved your spot? Join us on November 28th for an evening celebrating the fifth cohort of New Architecture Writers! Tickets include dinner and a copy of our zine, Exquisite Resurrections. Link in bio.

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Join the fifth cohort of New Architecture Writers for an exquisite evening of writing experiments, food, and collaborative making ! Get your ticket now - link in bio.

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Join us in the ArtLounge today for Ascensions 1 {Venice Biennale Honorees}, the first in the series of inter generational conversations between School of Architecture alumni.
Thursday 19 October, 2023 - 18:30 (UK)
RCA Kensington Campus, ArtLounge
>>>RSVP LINK IN BIO:

https://tinyurl.com/ya4xssh2

For the first event in the Ascensions series, we are bringing together three graduates from the RCA School of Architecture: Ibiye Camp ,Folasade (Flash) Okunribido and Lauren-Loïs Duah .wip Each of these spatial practitioners are honorees of the 18th Venice Architecture Biennale, with their work currently on display at this international exhibition (until 26 November).

Ibiye, Folashade and Lauren-Loïs will be back in the building to discuss their grounds and horizons and the ways in which the spirit of the RCA School of Architecture has informed and inspired their ongoing and future practice. Taking place in the ArtBar/Lounge, our guests will think through their work in both image and sound, emphasising the significance of presence and culture in the deepening of social and spatial practices, both across the School and beyond.

Held in the more informal, seminal setting of the ArtBar/Lounge, where some of the best ideas and deepest connections tend to come about, and to create a more discursive atmosphere; we want to talk, think, play some music, and collectively be together.

📸 Credits:
Image 1: Poster design by Hereth
Image 2: 'Water Carrier' courtesy of Ibiye Camp
Image 3: Ibiye Camp portrait by Timothy Duval
Image 4: 'Blue Hour' by Folasade (Flash) Okunribido, courtesy of La Biennale di Venezia. Photo by Matteo de Mayda,
Image 5: Folasade (Flash) Okunribido portrait
Image 6: 'Work in Situ' courtesy of Lauren-Loïs Duah
Image 7: Lauren-Loïs Duah portrait

19/10/2023

Join us in the ArtLounge today for Ascensions 1 {Venice Biennale Honorees}, the first in the series of inter generational conversations between School of Architecture alumni.
Thursday 19 October, 2023 - 18:30 (UK)
RCA Kensington Campus, ArtLounge
>>>RSVP LINK IN BIO:

https://tinyurl.com/ya4xssh2

For the first event in the Ascensions series, we are bringing together three graduates from the RCA School of Architecture: Ibiye Camp ,Folasade (Flash) Okunribido and Lauren-Loïs Duah .wip Each of these spatial practitioners are honorees of the 18th Venice Architecture Biennale, with their work currently on display at this international exhibition (until 26 November).

Ibiye, Folashade and Lauren-Loïs will be back in the building to discuss their grounds and horizons and the ways in which the spirit of the RCA School of Architecture has informed and inspired their ongoing and future practice. Taking place in the ArtBar/Lounge, our guests will think through their work in both image and sound, emphasising the significance of presence and culture in the deepening of social and spatial practices, both across the School and beyond.

Held in the more informal, seminal setting of the ArtBar/Lounge, where some of the best ideas and deepest connections tend to come about, and to create a more discursive atmosphere; we want to talk, think, play some music, and collectively be together.

📸 Credits:
Image 1: Poster design by Hereth
Image 2: 'Water Carrier' courtesy of Ibiye Camp
Image 3: Ibiye Camp portrait by Timothy Duval
Image 4: 'Blue Hour' by Folasade (Flash) Okunribido, courtesy of La Biennale di Venezia. Photo by Matteo de Mayda,
Image 5: Folasade (Flash) Okunribido portrait
Image 6: 'Work in Situ' courtesy of Lauren-Loïs Duah
Image 7: Lauren-Loïs Duah portrait

11/10/2023

JAZZ THE KNOWN
Artistic Experiments on Woman of the 20's
Friday 13 October, 2023 - 17:00 (UK)
Goethe-Institut London
50 Princes Gate, Exhibition Road, London SW7 2PH

RSVP link in bio and below:
http://tiny.cc/hl6cvz

Ines Weizman and Belmacz Gallery would like to invite you to attend, Jazz the Known: Artistic Experiments by Women of the ’20s at the Goethe-Institut London on Friday 13 October from 17:00 (UK).

This event is an afternoon of conversations and forms part of a collaboration between the Goethe-Institut London and the Royal College of Art.

Image: Courtesy of the Goethe-Institut London and Belmacz Gallery

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NEWS! We’re so excited to announce as our last guest for our lecture series on Sunday 23rd July 19:00 GMT at this year’s Serpentine Pavilion ! Register now via link in bio!

More than a method of work, “Archeology of the future” is a true approach to the built landscape established by Lina Ghotmeh throughout her practice. Founder of Lina Ghotmeh — Architecture, Paris based discipline, Lina Ghotmeh’s designs develop from thorough historical research emerging as exquisite interventions that enliven our memories and senses.
In this “Archeology of the future”, every architecture is drawn from its place and from the traces of its past. A link is drawn between time, memory, space establishing an anchored place drawing a strong tie between the Humane and Nature. The past meets the future as histories are unearthed and memories excavated to enable questioning, innovation, and a more sustainable architecture. Bearing a “humanist” approach, Lina Ghotmeh’s practice emphasizes the power of craft and that of the hand in the making of Architecture. Through this, the built embraces the traditions of its localities, while uplifting the subjective experience and the collective memory of those it recalls.
« À Table » the 22nd Serpentine Pavilion is drawn in continuity to Lina Ghotmeh’s ethos. Rising as a wooden structure in keeping with the natural surroundings, it is built predominantly from bio-sourced and low-carbon materials. The Pavilion 2023 continues her focus on sustainability and designing spaces that are conceived in dialogue with the natural environment that surrounds them. The design of the space responds to the shape of the surrounding tree canopies and is inspired by the architect’s Mediterranean heritage as well as fervent discussions around the table over current affairs, politics, personal lives, and dreams. À table – is a call to sit down together at a table to engage and participate in a constructive dialogue while sharing a meal.
Image Credits:
Serpentine Pavilion 2023 À table designed by Lina Ghotmeh. © Lina Ghotmeh — Architecture. Photo: Jake Mobbs, Courtesy: Serpentine.

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Our final guest for the online today, Thursday 20th @ 17:00 GMT is Tola Ojuolape, founder of Tola Ojuolape Studio. .studio

Tola Ojuolape is a multidisciplinary designer working across Interior design with a focus on materiality for contemporary brands. She has worked with a diverse range of brands with projects in the UK & globally from concept to completion. Tola set up her eponymous studio to deliver projects tailored to each client varying from creative direction, brand strategy, interior design & styling. Common to all projects is a commitment to creating spaces that
have a cultural undertone, human & relevant. Tola’s work always imbibes cultural references garnered through a lifelong passion for the arts & has worked in the contemporary art space to curate installations across the UK and beyond. Tola’s lecture will focus on the intersection of Super Futures/ Super Matter and the potential and power of design to create meaningful change recognising design expression and aesthetics can be harnessed by referencing the African continent as a catalyst and source of inspiration whilst championing the reinvention of traditional techniques to create sustainable solutions and products with wide commercial appeal both locally and globally.
Register - link in bio!

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Our second guest for the online on Tuesday 18th @ 17:00 GMT is Michał Sikorski founder of Tło Architects

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Tło is a Warsaw-based architecture and urban planning office, founded and led by Michał Sikorski in 2021. Using project tools of urbanists and landscape architects, we treat creating space as a complex process of transformation rather than a one-sided implementation of a certain “vision”. Regardless of the function and scale of the project, we are interested in adding new qualities to places. Not only space, but also the time is of essence to us. We are equally interested in hedonistic short temporality, traditional durability, and long-term planning. We are increasingly interested in material re-use. We also contribute to early stages of project development by completing feasibility studies and organising architectural competitions. Our architectural strategy is widely inspired by both historical references and contemporary culture. Recently TŁO designed the "Poetics of Necessity” exhibition, the project received the London Design Biennale 2023 Medal for the most outstanding overall contribution to the Biennale.

The registration link is in the bio!
https://rca-ac.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_zwi84wzyRI2sxpZIMJd32g

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📣 is now open !

Meet over 1,000 graduate artists, designers, architects and creatives.

And join a full series of screenings, workshops, talks and performances.

RCA2023 at the Truman Brewery is open to the public across 13–16 July, 12 noon – 6pm daily. Early closing at 5pm on 13 July; late closing at 7.30 on 14 July.

Get the details 👉 link in the bio.

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✨ Our Architecture and Interior Design Summer School begins on 30th June - 10th July 🎉 There is still time to join the course! Why not use your summer learning and discussing the methodologies of spatial design and creating a design portfolio! Book now!!!! 😀

You do not need to have a background in architecture or interior design. The course offers a challenging and engaging design studio experience, visits to exciting locations, lectures, and skills training.

This year's Summer School will be led by Tutors John Ng .architecture and Tania López Winkler with guest tutors Dyvik Kahlen .

John, Tania, and Dyvik Kahlen are all professional practitioners with experience and deep insight into the industry.

For more course info and to register, ➡️🔗 in bio

🗓️ Dates:
30th June - 10th July

📍Location:
Royal College of Art
Kensington Gore
SW7 2EU

Course fee:
£1575.00

Questions:
[email protected]



📸 Credit to .architecture

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🌮🥟🍩 Are you around this weekend? It is the last week to go see Only One, next door at . Everyday from 8:30am - 5pm.

Only One is a modern tapestry based on works produced by () with hundreds children of the Diocese of in response to ’s Gaia installation.

📸 Adalberto Lonardi Studios

18/05/2023

RIGHT NOW 🤩 lecture with Ray Winkler, Design Director and CEO of @ 18:30 GMT on Campus! 💙💙💙

📸  “Elton John Show “by

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18/05/2023


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Don’t forget to register via link in bio for our lecture with Ray Winkler, Design Director and CEO of today Thursday @ 18:30GMT on Campus! 💙💙💙 Register now via link in bio to get your seat✨✨

📸  “ ABBA Arenas “by

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NEWS! We’re so excited to announce Ray Winkler, Design director and CEO of as our guest for our lecture series on Thursday 18th May @ 18:30 GMT on Campus ! ! 💙💙💙 register now via link in bio ✨✨

Title: Entertainment Architecture: from Sketch to Reality

STUFISH Entertainment Architects create unforgettable experiences through radical and spectacular design. Our strength lies in our creative and collaborative team that thrives on pushing the boundaries of audience expectation. We deliver our client’s vision by partnering closely with them from the very first concept to the final reality, and always with meticulous design detail in mind.

Ray Winkler is a UK registered architect and the CEO and design director of STUFISH Entertainment Architects. He has devoted more than twenty-five years to designing live touring shows, theatrical projects and spectacular one-off productions and has worked with some of the biggest names in popular entertainment, including Beyoncé, The Rolling Stones, Robbie Williams, AC/DC, Cirque du Soleil and many more. Some of Ray's projects include, Adele’s recently opened Las Vegas Residency, ‘Weekends with Adele’ at The Colosseum, BlackPink at Coachella, Global Citizen 2021 & 2022 and Elton John Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour. Ray’s latest completed building project is the award-winning ABBA Arena, a state-of-the-art, 3000 demountable arena housing the revolutionary ABBA Voyage show, which opened in London in May 2022.

📸  “ Stadium Design, Lost Chapter “by Games

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‘Wey dey move’ by

Was selected by the curator for this historic edition as the first Black architect and person of African descent to curate the Biennale 2023 pavilion

The Architecture Biennale opens on the 20.05 till 26.11 2023

Wey dey Move is a Nigerian Pidgin term with multiple interpretations. It can mean "the path changes", or describe the cultural phenomenon of things changing. It's also the title and heartbeat of this exhibition. Wey Dey Move celebrates the important role movement and dance play in the spiritual, social, and ecological cultures of Lagos, Nigeria, and other major cities in West Africa.

Key credits:
Artist / Director -
Movement Director -
Research coordinator and choreography consultant -
Cinematography/Editor -
An original score by
Production manager - .micah.
Principal dancers in film:
Janet Koia .vicky.5

05/05/2023

We invite you all - RCA students and staff - for an exclusive, last-chance screening of Steve McQueen’s Grenfell at Serpentine South on Tuesday 9 May at 17:00 (UK)

Book via link in bio or here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/627221886547
🔻Please note that the above link is exclusive screening for RCA students and staff on Tuesday 9 May.
Grenfell Tower is just a 40-minute walk from Kensington Gore, and is visible from the upper floors of our Darwin Building. As a School of Architecture within the same borough, we believe it is essential that you see this film. It will make you - whether studying or working at the RCA - think differently about architecture.

At once abstracted, alienated and eviscerating, the film exposes Grenfell as a totem to the horrors of capitalist environments and the terror that results from putting profit before human life.

We will watch the screening and then spend some time together reflecting on its significance to us as students, staff, and as a community.

First-come, first-served.

We will be leaving the School at 5PM - assembling outside the Kensington entrance - to walk to the Serpentine together. Image 📸 via Serpentine

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For the next event in our School of Architecture Public Lecture Series we are thrilled to welcome Tonika Johnson

Tonika Johnson: Navigating Divides and Nurturing Relationships
Tuesday 16 May, 2023 - 18:30 (UK)
RCA Kensington campus, Lecture Theatre 1
Register via link in bio or below:
https://tinyurl.com/dne72z55
How do we position ourselves - as practitioners, students, community members, facilitators - in the environment in which we intervene? How do the relationships we build, build us, the world around us and the world we want to see?

For our final Public Lecture Series event of the year, the RCA School of Architecture invites you to a lecture event on social and spatial solidarity work, together with Chicago-based social justice artist Tonika Lewis Johnson, speaking in London for the first time.

In exploring her interdisciplinary practice we want to consider how we - as students, staff and as a school - can apply and expand her ideas and methods to ongoing issues of inequity, property, housing and empathy.

We will use the opportunity to forge connections and conversations between Tonika, ourselves as a College and North Kensington. The lecture is a culmination of workshops between the RCA's Kensington campus and the Trellick Tower community, setting up the conditions for future collaboration and solidarity work with the neighbourhood against racial and institutional segregation.

Tonika Johnson is a photographer, social justice artist and life-long resident of Chicago’s South Side Englewood neighborhood. Her work, including that through her Folded Map Project™ and her new Inequity for Sale project, reveals injustices and inequities in real estate and land use practices, including historic preservation, and encourages us to reevaluate and create positive change.

This year's Separation & Reparation the RCA's School of Architecture Public Lecture Series is co-curated by Charlotte Grace & Thomas Aquilina



Image 📸: kilmaite_klimaite

03/05/2023


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🔻Practice Mentorship Series🔻This Thursday May 4th 🔻 MA City Design along with invite for a public talk titled From Weaponized Architecture to The Funambulist
Link in bio & here: https://tinyurl.com/bdzbyaza
In 2010, Léopold Lambert wrote his first book, Weaponized Architecture: The Impossibility of Innocence, which conceptualized architecture as inherently violent in the way it organizes bodies in space, a violence systematically instrumentalized by political agendas. The same year, he created The Funambulist that, from a blog, later joined by a podcast, became a print and online magazine published every two months since 2015 around "the politics of space and bodies". This presentation will try to articulate these two fundamental aspects of Léopold's work as a writer and as a publisher in the past thirteen years, both of these aspects being dedicated to stressing the importance of space and the built environment when contributing to political struggles (in particular anti-colonial) around the world.

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Marco Armiero & Justin McGuirk: Waste as Pedagogy
Tuesday 2 May, 2023 - 18:30 (UK)
Online via Zoom - register via link in bio and below: https://tinyurl.com/3fukuysu

The spatial politics of waste- of disposal, of contamination, of spillage, of excess and of the social and structural manoeuvres taken to either contain or discharge - can teach us a lot about the fault lines on which our built environment rests. Continuing along the theme of Separation and Reparation, which commenced with Eyal Weizman’s talk on Repair Work and Communal Lifeworlds, we welcome environmental historian Marco Armiero and The Design Museum curator and Future Laboratory’s director Justin McGuirk to discuss the ways in which our bodies are simultaneously entangled-with and alienated-from matter through the biological and infrastructural architectures of waste. As an 'embodied stratigraphy of power and toxicity’, thinking with- and through the architectures of waste can help carve channels through which we may understand - and challenge - topologies of slow violence and geographies of injustice.

This year's Separation & Reparation: the RCA School of Architecture Public Lecture Series is co-curated by Charlotte Grace & Thomas Aquilina.
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For the next event in our School of Architecture Public Lecture Series we are thrilled to welcome Marco Armiero and Justin McGuirk.

Marco Armiero and Justin McGuirk: Waste as Pedagogy
Tuesday 2 May, 2023 - 18:30 (UK)
Online via Zoom - register via link in bio and below: https://tinyurl.com/3fukuysu

The spatial politics of waste- of disposal, of contamination, of spillage, of excess and of the social and structural manoeuvres taken to either contain or discharge - can teach us a lot about the fault lines on which our built environment rests. Continuing along the theme of Separation and Reparation, which commenced with Eyal Weizman’s talk on Repair Work and Communal Lifeworlds, we welcome environmental historian Marco Armiero and The Design Museum curator and Future Laboratory’s director Justin McGuirk to discuss the ways in which our bodies are simultaneously entangled-with and alienated-from matter through the biological and infrastructural architectures of waste. As an 'embodied stratigraphy of power and toxicity’, thinking with- and through the architectures of waste can help carve channels through which we may understand - and challenge - topologies of slow violence and geographies of injustice.

This year's Separation & Reparation: the RCA School of Architecture Public Lecture Series is co-curated by Charlotte Grace & Thomas Aquilina.
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27/04/2023


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TODAY! Last chance to register via link in bio for our lecture with .front 18:30 GMT on Campus!

📸 Bryony Roberts and Abriannah Aiken, “Feminist Spatial Practices, Part 1,” 2023

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26/04/2023

For the next event in our School of Architecture Public Lecture Series we are thrilled to welcome Marco Armiero and Justin McGuirk.

Marco Armiero and Justin McGuirk: Waste as Pedagogy
Tuesday 2 May, 2023 - 18:30 (UK)
Online via Zoom - register via link in bio and below: https://tinyurl.com/3fukuysu

The spatial politics of waste- of disposal, of contamination, of spillage, of excess and of the social and structural manoeuvres taken to either contain or discharge - can teach us a lot about the fault lines on which our built environment rests. Continuing along the theme of Separation and Reparation, which commenced with Eyal Weizman’s talk on Repair Work and Communal Lifeworlds, we welcome environmental historian Marco Armiero and The Design Museum curator and Future Laboratory’s director Justin McGuirk to discuss the ways in which our bodies are simultaneously entangled-with and alienated-from matter through the biological and infrastructural architectures of waste. As an 'embodied stratigraphy of power and toxicity’, thinking with- and through the architectures of waste can help carve channels through which we may understand - and challenge - topologies of slow violence and geographies of injustice.

This year's Separation & Reparation: the RCA School of Architecture Public Lecture Series is co-curated by Charlotte Grace & Thomas Aquilina.

Image: Courtesy of Marco Armiero. Land of Fires, Italy (by rete di cittadinanza e comunita)

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