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Series: Evening Lecture
Date: Thursday 27 April 2017
Time: 18:30
Venue: Lecture Hall
Running time: 90 mins

Digital distribution of information, news, and knowledge is outpacing the remains of physical distribution, ‘fake news’ is redefining and watering out how we trust words. What is the value of the printed publication? What agency does ‘slow’ news have? Can the frequently printed word aid the inflated currency of words?

Tobias Hentzer Dausgaard and Sofia Pia Belenky are the editors of DUE, a new weekly publication at the AA aimed at exploring the impacts of urgent contemporary topics upon architecture. In an atmosphere, permeating both work and academia, where boundaries between professions continue to diminish, DUE encourages conversations and celebrations to cross these borders entirely.

Panelists include: David Greene, Edward Bottoms, Shumi Bose, Ryan Neiheiser, Xristina Argyros, Oskar Johanson, Thomas Weaver, Hunter Doyle, Caroline Rabourdin & Manijeh Verghese

Image: DUE - Manifesto Issue 0

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