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Goldsmiths Sociology METHODS LAB Annual Lecture

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Goldsmiths Sociology
METHODS LAB
Annual Lecture

Wednesday 1st November
Richard Hoggart Building - RHB 137a
4pm to 6pm, with drinks reception

FREE - ALL WELCOME
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This year's Methods Lab Annual Lecture brings together speakers from social activism, theatre and architecture to explore links between academic research and inventive, interdisciplinary initiatives inside and outside of the academy. Speakers will reflect on how creative mis/use of methods and tools of the trade can challenge viewers, disrupt cultural discourse and open up new landscapes for critical discussion. The panel is chaired by incoming Methods Lab Directors Kat Jungnickel and Beckie Coleman.


We are excited to welcome to Goldsmiths:

Sarah Ellis
Digital Director of the Royal Shakespeare Company who in collaboration with Intel and in association with The Imaginarium Studios produced a high-tech version of The Tempest 
in which one of the characters was digitally animated on stage.

James Turner
Founder of Glimpse and is behind CATS - Citizen Advertising Takeover Service - which used crowdsourced funding to replace all the advertising spaces in Clapham Tube station with images of cats.

Gemma John
Social anthropologist who researches and writes about behaviour in the built environment and has recently set up Human City, a spatial research, design strategy and innovation consultancy.

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