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Systems/Layers London 2018: A walkshop investigating networked urban space

Join writer and urbanist Adam Greenfield for a walkshop examining the networked city.

What to expect

How are mobile phones, CCTV cameras and embedded sensors changing the way we experience and interact with cities?

Join this ‘walkshop’ to discover the profound transformations that networked information systems are having on the city. Part walking tour, group discussion and exploration, this event aims to understand this layer of systems and the implications they have on our freedom to move and act as citizens in the 21st century.

This event is part of Walking the City, a series exploring how the act of walking can create new ways of understanding, celebrating and re-imagining the city.

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© Nurri Kim

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Booking information

Adult: £18
Student/Concession: £15
Members: £15

Speaker

Adam Greenfield

Adam Greenfield is a London-based writer and urbanist. His most recent book, Radical Technologies: the Design of Everyday Life, is just out in paperback from Verso.

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