2005

Unit 1 – LUNCHBOX PACKED

Tutors: Lawrence BH Ler, Therese Shu Z. Lee We will challenge the association of lunchbox/takeaway in a city with no time. We shall look at the lunchbox at three different scales: 1. The scale of the city. 2. The product … Continue reading

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Unit 2 – SLOWTOWN

Tutors: Jan Kattein, Zoe Quick, Chrysanthe Staikopoulou You will examine the existing time territories of the Thames Gateway, the interrelationship of its constituent times – their counterpoints, resonances, and clashes. You will be given a device with which to record … Continue reading

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Unit 3 – CREATION OF A TIME MACHINE

Tutors: Sue Barr, Takao Hasegawa We will investigate the gaps and slippage between our experiences and actual physicality of time / space / place. The unit will encourage the students to use and abuse a variety of photographic techniques – … Continue reading

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Unit 4 – ALL ABOUT BIG BENJAMIN

Tutors: Sam Jacob, Sean Topham, Tomas Klassnik, Shelagh Wright, Charlie Tims London is home to Greenwich Mean Time. GMT is an idea. Imagine the diversity of simultaneous times, spaces and speeds at one moment. Time, rather than being singular and … Continue reading

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Unit 5 – PULSE CITY

Tutors: Pepa Mendoza, Massimo Santanicchia Text coming soon.

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Unit 6 – INSIDE/OUTSIDE: LONDON ZOO

Tutors: Massimo Banzi, Line Ulrika Christiansen, Elio Caccavale, Talk Drori, Stefano Mirti, Simone Muscolino In a visible (and sometimes invisible) way, the time of the city and its inhabitants fluctuates. What if such a city (or a portion of it) … Continue reading

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Presentations and Studio

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