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AAJ Press
Architecture & Design, Art & Public Space, Conference / Symposiums

Conference: Narrative in Practice 2013. November 2nd London

narrative in practice

Narrative in Practice 2013 explores how the use of narrative in architecture, design, writing and other creative disciplines has developed over time. Narrative’ is a subjective and illusive term, and has a wide variety of meanings that creative individuals can use as a tool within their practice. How can stories or storytelling be of use to a design process? Where do your narratives come from? Are they important to the success of a project?

Speakers will be asked to map out how their relationship with narrative has developed over time and share their thoughts with you around this theme.


Speakers: 
Simeon Featherstone (Parasite Ceramics) – 
Gyorgyi Galik (Gyorgyi Galik)
 – Beatrice Galilee (Beatrice Galilee)
 – Silvia Grimaldi (Researcher and Course Leader BA (Hons) Spatial Design, UAL) – 
Anish Joshi (Seren & Metaspective) – 
Gareth Morris & Ulrike Steven (What if: Projects)
 – Katherine Skellon (Event Communications Ltd)
 – Charlie Tims (Odds and Ends) – 
Luise Vormittag (Container)
 – Dominic Wilcox (Dominic Wilcox)

Date: November 2nd 2013. 9.00am – 5.30pm

Tickets:
 Tickets are £35 and includes breakfast and lunch.
  Please go to eventbrite to purchase your ticket.

Venue:
 St Luke’s Centre, 90 Central Street, London EC1V 8AJ

Curated by Despina Hadjilouca, Nina Honiball and Yukie Nagasawa

www.narrativeinpractice.com/

 

About jeh

Jeremy Hunt is Director of the AAJ Press (Art & Architecture Journal / Press) – a writer and consultant on art and public space - creator of art projects - writer on art

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