Guided by the 2017 London Architecture Festival’s theme of memory, The Decorators will curate four radio interviews between collaborators, commissioners and participants from their past projects, with invited guests taking the role of the interviewer. Offering a personal perspective on the projects, the interviews aim to create critical discourse around spatial practice in the public realm to explore how the identity of place is affected by regeneration.
By inviting guest interviewers from different fields, widely diverse conversations – and outcomes – are anticipated.
Join the conversations live on Friday 16th and 23rd of June between 5.30 and 7.30 at The Village Hall, Battersea Power Station.
Or download the recorded podcast from The Decorators’ ON AIR podcast or here on the LFA website.
Looking back at The Hackney Circle in collaboration with a therapist from ACAT to explore how psychological practices normally used by therapist for individual patients could be applied for collective understanding of place narrative and community identity.
Partnering with: Lucia Scazzocchio from http://www.socialbroadcasts.co.uk/
The Village Hall, a dedicated space for arts and culture, private and community events created in partnership with the Battersea Arts Centre. Developed in consultation with local arts and family organisations, this new venue for South West London will be programmed with performance, comedy and talks, with spaces available for both residents and the local community to hire.
Part of London Festival of Architecture 2017. For the full festival programme, see nineelmslondon.com/lfa
The Village Hall
Arches Lane, Circus West, SW11 8AB
Battersea Park Station/Queenstown Road
23/06/2017 - 17:30 - 19:30