This event was part of Tenderpixel's event series 'Spatial Practices and the Urban Commons' in the spring of 2016, curated by Borbala Soos.
Friday, 22 April, 6.30 until 8.30pm
Forms of Commoning in London
This cluster of talks brings together various London based organisations and initiatives that work with specific communities and question what does better conditions mean in terms of politics of urban culture today.
Adam Kaasa (Theatrum Mundi, London School of Economics) is an interdisciplinary scholar who specialises in the politics of the city, foregrounding the role of architecture and design. He is director of Theatrum Mundi, a professional network of urbanists and artists that offers a forum for cross-disciplinary discussion about practices relating to cultural and public space in the city. He is a Research Fellow in Architecture at the Royal College of Art, completed his PhD as a SSHRC Scholar at the London School of Economics and is a founding member of When We Build Again.