Endless cities

Endless cities

(London)

Thursday 17 November–Friday 25 November (Mon–Fri 10.00–20.00, Sat 10.00–18.00, closed Sunday and Tuesday)

More than half of the world’s population live in cities. All trends point towards an ever-increasing rate of urbanisation on an international scale. While architects, urban planners and politicians are trying to make sense of these new developments, the people who live in this sprawling new urban world must come to terms with transformed and dynamic realities. ‘Endless cities’ is part-documentary, part-visual essay, and captures the enduring fascination, the contradictions and complexities, as well as the conflicts played out in our new man-made environments.

Free Admission | No booking required
This event is part the University of London’s series Ministry of Hope and Fear

Event enquiries: Naomi.Paxton@sas.ac.uk
Led by: School of Advanced Study, University of London
In partnership with: Dfuse

Location

Senate House,
Malet Street,
LONDON
WC1E 7HU

The venue is wheelchair accessible. Please contact us with any other access requirements.

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