Architecture as social practices

11 June 2016


Venue: RARA, Unit 2 Grosvenor Way, E5 9ND

Organiser: RARA School

RARA School is a platform for theme-based public workshops, combined with provocative discussions, making and action. It aims to ignite discussions around the socio-political meanings of making culture as well as to take tangible actions with what we make. RARA School launched last January with its intriguing first session 'Social Distillery' in which looked into the historical transition of God worshiping paternalistic state to money worshiping capitalist society through the lens of alcohol, alongside a theoretical practice of building a still.

A workshop testing out potential for public led architectural interventions in public space. Through which we will explore ideas of permission and temporality of structure in public space. A theoretical and practical workshop in which we reflect on (info about what youngsook will talk about) and create our own interventions.