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A series of seminars examining processes and materials of composition and decomposition of site and place organized by sensingsite.

In Spring 2019 sensingsite at Central Saint Martins organized ‘Approaching Estate’. The event sought to examine creative methodologies in relation to an expanded idea of ‘estate’.

(see https://sensingsite.blogspot.com/p/approaching-estate.html). The event was launched with ‘What on Earth is the Ground’, a lecture by Professor Tim Ingold, followed at Furtherfield by three days of presentations, performances and screenings by research academics and professionals, artists, activists and students. This new seminar programme, ‘Composting Estate’, will present new research generated out of ‘Approaching Estate’. Open to all UAL students and staff.


29 November 2019

John Hartley (independent) 'Wave as Tool'.
Susan Trangmar (Central Saint Martins) 'From Topography to Topology: a Line of Enquiry'.

13 December 2019

Steven Ball (CSM) 'Amateur Archaeology’.
Louise Fowler (Museum of London Archaeology) ‘Once Upon a Time in the City’.


10 January 2020

Ingrid Pumayalla (independent) ‘Cantos al Agua: Gathering Organic Matter to Fertilise the Land’.
Greer MacKeogh (Chelsea School of Art) 'Acts of Hospitality'.

24 January 2020

Pat Naldi (CSM) ‘Who Owns the Sea?’.
Julie Marsh (University of Westminster) Investigating the Interface between Muslim Prayer Sites and Artistic Interventions’.

7 February 2020

Fay Hoolahan (independent) After the park: reflections on ‘estate’ as site of recollection’.
John Wild (Queen Mary University) Psychogeography in the Digital City’.

28 February (NB new date! Date changed from 21st February and room changed to the Museum Study Coolection Room)
Judy Price (Kingston University) 'The End of the Sentence'
Kate Corder (independent) ‘Composting plot ecology, plant material, earthing and unearthing toads’.

6 March 2020 - Apologies - This event is postponed and will be rescheduled.

Helena Hunter/Mark Peter Wright (Matterlurgy) 'Water, air and ice: elemental composting across arts and science'.

20 March 2020 - Apologies - This event is postponed and will be rescheduled.

Volkhardt Mueller/John Wylie (The Common Line) 'Testing the Biological-Digital Apparatus of The Common Line'.
Jérémie Magar (independent). 'Working on a line: around N17'.
Please note: The seminar on the 20 March will start at 17:00 and be in room D113.

Difference Exchange
( Ben Eastop, Tim Eastop and John Hartley) will be digesting and reprocessing the content of the seminars for attendees to follow as the series progresses.

Please see https://sensingsite.blogspot.com/p/composting-estate-series-of-seminars.html

For updated information on the presentations and booking details. Please note: places are limited to a maximum of 30, so please be sure you can attend and notify Eventbrite of any cancellation.

Sensingsite is organized by Steven Ball s.ball@csm.arts.ac.uk and Susan Trangmar s.trangmar@csm.arts.ac.uk

NB the dates are: 29 November, 13 December 2019, 10 & 24 January, 7 & 21 February, 6 & 20 March 2020

The venue is: Room A002, except for 20 March which will take place in D113.

Central Saint Martins, Granary Square, London N1C 4AA

Seminar time: 10.30am – 13.00pm except for 20 March which will take place at 17.00pm

Open to all UAL students and staff.

Location

Room A002, Central Saint Martins

Granary Square

London

N1C 4AA

United Kingdom

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