For its tenth year anniversary, under the theme of ‘Cartographies’, this two-day event explores how we make sense of places through visual, sonic and photographic representations, across a variety of global contexts. Bringing together a wide range of international artists, urban theorists and cultural activists, whose work is concerned with mapping contemporary city spaces and landscapes, the programme focuses on the politics of representation, history and memory, and what counts as knowledge.
Speakers include: Peter Bennett, Stefano Carnelli, Ofri Cnaani, Jamila Cooper, Layla Curtis, Garin Dowd, Diego Ferrari, Gill Golding, Paul Halliday, Michelle Henning, Edward Hillel, Claire M. Holdsworth, Joseph Kendra, Caroline Knowles, Linda Lai, Dinu Li, Matei Mitrache, Abbas Nokhasteh, Susan Philipsz and Monica Sassatelli.
This event is organised in partnership with the Centre for Urban and Community Research, Goldsmiths; University of West London, Kingston; Falmouth Universities and Openvizor.
The event on Friday 10 November is supported by Thames & Hudson.
This event has been provided by Tate Gallery on behalf of Tate Enterprises LTD.