2008

Unit 1 – WORST-CASE SCENARIO

Tutors: Ingrid Hora and Matthias Aron Megyeri Text coming soon.

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Unit 2 – MEMORIAL TO FUTURE PAST

Tutors: Jason Griffiths and Tom Tong “Instead of causing us to remember the past like old monuments, the new monuments seem to cause us to forget the future”- Robert Smithson.  Unit 2 explores memorials of London’s disasters from the past … Continue reading

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Unit 3 – ARCHITASTROPHE

Tutors: Cher Potter and Bettina John Text coming soon.

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Unit 4 – LONDON Y-Z

Tutors: Jonathan D. Solomon and Max Kahlen When we compare the comprehensive, unfettered compendium of the city presented in the A-Z maps with today’s Y-Z by-subsector perforated chads, the extent of our city’s loss is evident. — London Y-Z: A … Continue reading

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Unit 5 – A CATASTROPHIC SILENCE

Tutors: Steve Bates, Joshua Bonetta and Douglas Moffat This Unit considers simultaneously – the city as sound and catastrophe as a silencing.  As the noise floor suddenly drops, can a new soundscape emerge?  Employing the soundtrack as an index for … Continue reading

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Unit 6 – FACTORY FOR PASSE LONDON

Tutors: Adam Furman and Marie-Isabel deMonseignat The students of unit 6 experienced the catastrophe and disaster of a fragmented project and have made their way through resolving this issue with the construct of a Factory for the recycling of passé … Continue reading

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Presentations and Studio

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Introduction Day 1

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