Date: Monday 5 November 2018
Venue: Lecture Hall
To be ‘Grounded’ is to be rooted in place, whether that be a type of landscape, a defined territory, a politicised site, or a locally-specific culture. How can place contribute to the making of space? This conversation will debate different strategies on how to answer this question through mapping intangible flows, generating a productive landscape and introducing stability into conflict zones or struggling economies.
Following on from the What’s Next series that was a platform for AA graduates to present their unique forms of practice, this year a new series of five conversations on critical Positions will take place on Monday evenings. Each conversation will bring together leading voices from our alumni, graduate programme directors and a range of invited specialists from disciplines outside of architecture to debate their different approaches and methodologies while also discussing their common ground around a specific topic.
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