Book contributor Benjamin Beach’s work (part of Mobile Studio‘s teaching unit Bsc at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL) with be exhibited alongside many others in this great project organised by Colin Priest – participant in one of of our … Continue reading
Pop in and browse the library (including ‘The Art of Dissent’) of the great Finding Home project at The Dentist, Chatsworth Road.
Book contributor, photographer Giles Price‘s visual exploration of the Olympic development ‘E20 12 Under Construction’ will be exhibited at The Crossing, The Granary Building , 1 Granary Square, Kings Cross, N1 4AA from 26th June – 8th July (Private view … Continue reading
Book contributor Adelita Husni-Bey worked with residents of this evicted community to produce the Clays Lane Archive. 10-16th August: Live events at Bethnal Green library, including a play based on the Clays Lane Archive and enacted by one of Clays … Continue reading
Stephen Wagg and book contributor Helen Lenskyj have edited this great reference collection that fills a long-standing gap in the fields of Olympic studies and sports sociology by applying a critical lens to a wide range of issues and controversies … Continue reading
Book contributor Alberto Duman together with Mute magazine has organized an event at the Freeword Centre as part of their Politics and Olympics programme. Ben Campkin, Owen Hatherley and David Cross are invited to respond to a series of videos, … Continue reading
Book contributor Susan Pui San Lok’s work ‘Faster Higher’ (2008) a 5 screen installation commissioned by Film and Video Umbrella and BFI Southbank is now showing (26 May – 15 July 2012) at The Gallery, Winchester Discovery Centre, Hampshire SO23 … Continue reading
Our good friend Tim Abrahams’ new essay ‘The Stadium’ is available from the also new Machine Books who we hope to work with over the summer and through various events.
The book will be featured and linked to within the forthcoming issue of the new magazine Tremors – an architectural counter-culture magazine collaborating with forward thinking architects, artists and writers to re-imagine the cities we live in.