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Art & Public Space

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Água Carioca – Ooze Architects. Constructed Wetlands, Rio de Janeiro. November 2016 – March 2017

The Água Carioca research project for Rio de Janeiro aims to design a sustainable water management system and resilient infrastructure in a city where 70% of the population of 8.48 million people is currently not connected to a sewage network and the city produces 20.000 litres of human waste water flow per second into Guanabara Bay. … Continue reading

Urban intervention, street art and public space. Publication. February 2017

Urban intervention, street art and public space Editors: Pedro Costa, Paula Guerra and Pedro Soares Neves February 2017 – ISBN: 978-989-97712-6-0 Editing this publication opens a new approach for the Urbancreativity publication activity, for the first time editing content that’s developed by partners and not by the research topic structure alone. This book it has … Continue reading

Musarc- The Choir: Radio 3, 26 February 2017 4pm

Musarc, one of the UK’s most progressive choral ensembles. Based at Cass Art, Architecture and Design, London Metropolitan University, Musarc explores performance and composition in the context of society, architecture and the city. As they look forward to appearing at Do Disturb, a weekend of events taking place in the Palais de Tokyo in Paris … Continue reading

Michael Pinsky: The City Speaks. HULL2017. 3 February – 31 December 2017

Michael Pinsky’s The City Speaks, is a commission for HULL 2017. A steel lectern located on the quayside of Humber Dock offers a platform for members of the public to broadcast their thoughts and feelings. A hidden microphone captures their words and sends them to a data processing cloud which transcribes their phases into a scrolling dot-matrix … Continue reading

Gabriel Orozco. Garden, 2016. South London Gallery

    The South London Gallery (SLG) opens a new permanent garden on October 1st, designed by Gabriel Orozco, and created over the past two years with support from 6a architects and horticulturists at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. It introduces a new, planted entrance to the garden for residents of Sceaux Gardens housing estate, … Continue reading