Richard K. Sherwin and Susan Schuppli, chaired by Moad Musbahi
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Date: Thursday 1 February 2018
Venue: AA Lecture Hall
Freefall is a series organised by AA 4th year Moad Musbahi & AA graduate Konstantina Koulouri. The series looks at the multiplication of ‘lines’ that govern daily life, from the tangible frame around an image or the building of a wall; to the more intangible construction of juridical and disciplinary borders. Freefall in this operates as a way to construct trajectories, in the form of conversations, questioning the ground upon which disciplinary divisions acquire their intelligibility.
By questioning how disciplinary definitions and exclusions are made, the series hopes that architecture can be re-evaluated in a more relevant fashion to today’s rapidly changing technological and cultural environments.
Professor Richard K. Sherwin is the Wallace Stevens Professor of Law at New York Law School and Director of the Visual Persuasion Project
Dr Susan Schuppli is Director & Reader in the Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths College.
All lectures are open to members of the public, staff and students unless otherwise stated.