EVENT: Architecture_Dust at Birkbeck Arts Week. London, 24 May 2019

EVENT: Architecture_Dust at Birkbeck Arts Week. London, 24 May 2019

A discussion with Teresa Stoppani
Constantly exchanging particles with its environment, dust is open, has no traceable beginning, knows no interior and exterior. Dust gathers and it leaves itself behind, in a mutual exchange with its place. Dust can be a fragment, fragmented, or an accumulation.
Teresa Stoppani (Architectural Association) discusses the idea of dust in relation to architecture, the body and the city. The talk will be followed by a discussion with Joel McKim (Birkbeck – Architecture, Space and Society Centre).
The event is free, tickets are available through Eventbrite.
Location: Cinema, Birkbeck, School of Arts , 43 Gordon Square London WC1H 0PD
This event is part of Birkbeck Arts Week 2019.

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