Lecture / Iain Sinclair on psychogeography – architecture – city 04/04

A talk by writer and filmmaker Iain SINCLAIR (author of LONDON ORBITAL), invited by Patrice Neirinck (Faculté d’Architecture La Cambre Horta, ULB – Studio Art, Paysage, Architecture) within the framework of IN-ANDOUTSIDEANDOUT-ANDINSIDE: KU Leuven-UCL-ULB Interfaculty Lab in Architecture 2019.

Iain Sinclair will give a talk on how fiction and literature in general can be an innovative tool for architecture and urban research. His work on London shows a particularly interesting way to explore and (re)discover the city. As a walker, writer and poet he will bring forward a unique opening on the city that goes beyond the flâneur-surrealist-situationist tradition.

The public talk will be the conclusion of an intensive workshop delivered by peachlab to the SIP.19 during the first week of April, in which students will have to create an architectural fiction around an object they find in the city.

  • Thursday, April 4, 2019, 19:00
  • Kanal – Centre Pompidou / SV0
  • Tickets: free entrance
  • Curator(s): Tomás Barbera Ramallo (PEACHLAB) & Marc Godts (KU Leuven-UCL-ULB Interfaculty Lab) & Cédric Libert (CIVA)
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