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Pop-Ups and Parliament

11 July 2024

18:00 -19:00

Pop-Up Parliament (1965) a project by architect Cedric Price and Paul Barker and Anthony Colbert and published in social affairs magazine New Society is a prompt for Samantha Hardingham to present Price’s work and specifically his engagement with politics - its processes, people, parties and spaces. Samantha will also share how the project has inspired subsequent generations to re-think the role of architecture as a powerful prop for participatory democracy.

The event is open to all architects, students and people interested in Cedric Price and ideas which can bring change and architectures of democracy. Booking required!

Who is Samantha Hardingham ?
Samantha Hardingham is an architectural writer, educator and scholar. She has published several books, articles and curated exhibitions on the work of Cedric Price. Her Cedric Price Works 1953-2003: a forward-minded retrospective (AA/CCA, 2016) is the most comprehensive record of his oeuvre to date. Samantha is currently Academic Director at the London School of Architecture.

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Location

Street Assemblies: Public Assembly

The Maughan Library,
Chancery Ln,
London
WC2A 1LR

Entrance through Chancery Lane, in the library courtyard


Tickets / Admission

Free

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Organiser

Urban Radicals

Accessibility

Wheelchair accessible
Level Access and Automatic Doors (or No Doors)
Assistance dogs welcome


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