Graffiti, memory and the city
The Cass is proud to host a panel discussion on ‘Graffiti, Memory and the City’ as part of the London Festival of Architecture.
Part of the London Festival of Architecture, ‘Graffiti, Memory and the City’ explores how graffiti and memory work in the context of the city and will take place on 26 June at The Wash Houses, Old Castle Street.
Marc, who graduated from The Cass with a MA by Project in Art, Design and Visual Culture in 1999 and Fine Art BA in 1997, is a London-based documentary photographer whose work explores the tension between public and private space in the context of contemporary youth culture. Marc’s work has been published and exhibited worldwide and both the Tate Britain and the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) hold Marc’s self-published photography zines and photobooks in their library collections.
Sabina is a lecturer in architectural history and a PhD candidate at the UCL Bartlett School of Architecture. Her research focuses on the semiotic, material and legal dimensions of city surfaces, which she examines through signs and inscriptions such as graffiti and street art.
‘Graffiti, Memory and the City’ is runs on 26 June 2017 at 6.00pm. Places can be reserved on Eventbrite.
Images: Courtesy of Marc Vallée
|Monday 26 June, 6-8pm
|The Wash Houses, Old Castle Street