Remnants In-Conversation: How you re-assemble a city

Edinburgh International Book Festival Hub

From creating or reinstating design aesthetics in post-colonial countries to thinking about how built environments impact how we live, feminist architecture collective Voices of Experience discuss how we might imagine city spaces that encourage a culture of belonging for all.

To coincide with the new publication created by Voices of Experience, EAF, and curatorial practice Panel, join Voices of Experience founders Suzanne Ewing, Jude Barber, and Nicola McLachlan to imagine how we can create cities that are more responsive to the people that inhabit them.

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Supported by Edinburgh International Book Festival, Panel, Edinburgh World Heritage, and University of Edinburgh.

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Tuesday 13 August


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£15.50 / 10.50 – £13.50 con.

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Header image credit: Joanna Saldonio, Map for Edinburgh.

Edinburgh International Book Festival Hub

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