Following a collective reading of David Gissen’s important new book The Architecture of Disability, there will be short presentation from, and then group dialogue with, David, facilitated by Jordan Whitewood Neal and James Zatka-Haas, the co-founders of Dis.Collective. The themes of this discussion will be determined partly by the outcomes of the Disability Dialogue sessions being developed at the Royal College of the Arts (RCA), but will also cover transatlantic differences between approaches to disability, access, architectural pedagogy, and activism.
The day is open to all ages with materials included.
The event is open to the public.
This event is supported by the Arts Council.
‘Seats at the Table’ is the winner of ‘Co-designing Equity in the Public Realm’, an initiative delivered by London Festival of Architecture (LFA), co-funded by the Foundation for Future London and the City of London Corporation.
This is a LFA installation in partnership with City of London Corporation and Foundation for Future London