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Inclusive Spaces: LGBTQIA+ Places and Stories
Februar 22 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pmKostenlos
Wed, 22 February 2023, 13:00 – 14:00 GMT
“Queer people have always found ways to exist and be together, and there will always be a need for queer spaces.”
During LGBTQ+ History Month 2023, the editors of ‘Queer Spaces’ will join us to explore historic, contemporary and speculative LGBTQIA+ spaces from around the world.
‘Queer Spaces’ is an atlas of 90 examples of LGBTQIA+ spaces, recognising their past and present life as strong, vibrant, vigorous, and worthy of their own place in history.
In this interactive online Inclusive Spaces event, we will examine projects featured in the publication, and discuss and reflect on the process of working with a community of contributors to research and uncover stories of LGBTQIA+ spaces.
Among others, ‘Queer Spaces’ includes contributions by researchers from The Bartlett, UCL’s Faculty of the Built Environment, ranging from the educational to the institutional to the re-appropriated.
About the speakers
Adam Nathaniel Furman is an artist and designer who trained in architecture, and who works in spatial design and art of all scales from video and prints to large-scale public artworks, architecture, architecturally integrated ornament, as well as products, furniture, interiors, publishing, and academia.
Joshua Mardell is an architectural historian, and is currently Lecturer in the School of Architecture at the Royal College of Art. He is active in the LGBTQIA+ network of the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain, and in the Twentieth Century Society. He is a co-editor of The Journal of Architecture and sits on the publications committee of the Victorian Society.
Jordana Ramalho is a Lecturer in Development Planning for Diversity at the Bartlett Development Planning Unit. Her research adopts an intersectional lens to consider urban development policy and planning with a focus on housing and displacement, disaster risk management, gender mainstreaming and participatory methods.
Lo Marshall (they/them) is a Senior Research Fellow and Tutor at the Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, UCL, where their research and teaching focuses upon LGBTQI+ people, communities, and spaces. Beyond academia, Lo was named an ‘emerging voice in architecture’ as part the London Festival of Architecture in 2020 and has contributed to exhibitions and events at The Tate Modern (2017), Museum of London (2018), Whitechapel Gallery (2019), London Science Museum (2022), and The Design Museum (2020-21).
The Inclusive Spaces lecture series will be streamed live through Zoom. Please ensure you have downloaded Zoom, created an account, and are logged in before joining the event.
This session will be recorded and auto captioned. Following the event, the recording along with the edited transcript will be shared with registered attendees.
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Join The Bartlett’s monthly Inclusive Spaces event series, where we delve into the latest research and ideas from The Bartlett’s world-leading thinkers on race, gender, LGBTQ+, disability – and other dimensions of diversity in the built environment.
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