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Edge: Periphery

07 October 09:30 - 19:30
Organized by: UCL Urban Laboratory / Folkestone Triennial 2017
Venue: , Here East
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
London
E20 3BS

Jill Magid, Do Ho Suh and Assemble are among the speakers on the second day of EDGE - a series of three events presented as part of Folkestone Triennial 2017, exploring the concept of situated practice in contemporary art, architecture and urbanism. 

 

Bringing together practitioners and thinkers at three 'edge' locations connected by the High Speed 1 railway, participants will look at the challenges of creative place-making from the perspective of architecture, urbanism and planning.

 

For the second event, we consider the areas that environs of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Investment for the 2012 Games brought rapid development to the previously neglected Stratford area. Here East, within the former press and broadcasting centre of the Games, is envisaged as a cluster of innovators and digital makers, whilst the Stratford Waterside development will bring new institutions including the V&A, Sadler's Wells, London College of Fashion, and UCL.

 

Keynote: Jill Magid and Do Ho Suh

Other speakers: Assemble, Jan Boelen, Jane Rendell, Kreider + O’Leary, MUF, Oreet Ashery, Public Works, SPACE, and Stephen Pritchard

 

Day tickets: £15 / £8 concession

Bundle ticket for all three events: £35

Purchase tickets on the UCL Online Store.

 

EDGE series:

Gateway (14 Sept 2017) - UCL, Bloomsbury, London WC1E 6BT

Periphery (7 Oct 2017) - Here East, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 3BS

Border (4 Nov 2017) - Quarterhouse, 49 Tontine Street, Folkestone CT20 1BN

 

The series is organised by the UCL Urban Laboratory and Folkestone Triennial 2017, with additional support from the Slade School of Fine Art, UCL and The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL.

 

Use the hashtag #EdgePeriphery