Critical Practice Seminar # 2
In this two-day seminar, Visiting Research Fellow Chiara Ingrosso will show a project entitled The Citytellers by the Italian photographer and filmmaker Francesco Jodice, a trilogy about three different global cities: Sao Paolo, Aral and Dubai. The Citytellers explores the transformations of today’s megalopolises, particularly in terms of new social, political, economic and religious phenomena. The following day, students in the seminar group will explore parts of Johannesburg to make an adjunct short film to The Citytellers, ‘telling Johannesburg through the cinema.’
GSA-Boogertman + Partners International lecture series # 7
GRAU (Good Reasons to Afford Urbanism) is a creative studio based in Paris and led by partners Susanne Eliasson and Anthony Jammes. Their talk will be held at Local Studio Architects, Breeze Block, 29 Chiswick Street, Brixton on Thursday 7 June. Spaces are limited so please come early. Secure street parking avaiable.
GSA-Boogertman + Partners International Lecture Series # 6
GREGORY KATZ is an architect and a tutor at the GSA. Don't miss his talk this Thursday which will be held at FADA (not MOAD). Wine bar opens at 18h00 and his talk begins promptly at 18h30. Secure parking is at FADA, Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture, through the main Gloria Sekwana Gate off Annett Road.
GSA is accredited by SACAP
The GSA received an unconditional accreditation for the MTech (Prof) programme on Wednesday 18 April 2018
Unit 15(X) Student Photos Published!
Three students in Unit 15(X) have had their work featured in The Journal of Good Governance Africa (Issue 45, April - June 2018). Nina Coe, Juan du Plessis and Denver Smith were published in Jamie Hitchen's article, Complex Politics Complicate Urban Development.
Unit 14's Work Featured at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale
Unit 14's work in the Japanese Pavilion at the Venice Architectural Biennale 2018. Curated by Momoyo Kaijima of Atelier Bow-Wow, Larent Stalder and Yu Iseki, Unit 14's work will feature alongside 40 research/projects across the world. The exhibition is open from May 26 - 25 November 2018.