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A Line is There to be Broken

In June 2009, artists, Tristan Fennell, David Kendall, and Gesche Würfel brought together their individual photographic projects in an exhibition and workshop, exploring spatial and social disruptions in urban landscapes and the struggles between transformations of ‘place’ and ‘space’ in global cities.

Workshop participants
Annalisa Brambilla
Paolo Cardullo
Paul Garayo
Rahsaan Maxwell
Samuel Nightinale
William Wiles

Private View: 19th June 2009 6.30-8.30pm
Open: 19 to 28 June 2009, Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat-Sun 12-4pm
Location: Viewfinder Photography Gallery, Linear House, Peyton Place, London, SE10 8RS
Gallery Info: Viewfinder Photography Gallery

A Line is There to be Broken is an exhibition bringing together individual photographic projects that scrutinize struggles between transformations of ‘place’ and ‘space’ in cities. Tristan Fennell, David Kendall, and Gesche Würfel exhibit projects that explore social and spatial disruptions in ‘everyday life’, architecture, and the urban landscape.

The exhibition sponsored by:
Brook Lyndhurst

Workshop and Seminar: A Line is There to be Broken: Constructing Sites
This workshop and seminar is part of 'Urban Edge' series of workshops and events organised by CUCR, Goldsmiths, University of London.
Date: 27th June 2009 10am-4pm

What could link the Lower Lea Valley in East London, Dubai, and Tokyo? London and Tokyo are long established so-called Global Cities whereas Dubai is an emerging one. Quite commonly, Global Cities host mega events like the Olympics. All these cities attract tourism and there is a strong desire to maintain and develop leisure spaces and sports facilities that present and publicise each city as an attractive, well-maintained destination to visitors. Over the course of the past 30 years the Olympics have been transformed from a sporting to an econ


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