This talk examines the roots of 'intelligence' and the military undertones of that term, and considers the range of human experiences—beyond emotions—that are not within the grasp of mere intelligence.
The first full public screening of anew film examining the relationship between gentrification, youth deaths, knife crime, incidents of police brutality, and how these impact on mental health, followed by an open conversation and Q+A.
Taking the current Western interest in young Georgian design as a particular case study and starting point, this panel explores how fashion reacts to and embraces the global crisis of borders and displacement.
Does the hacker collective Anonymous speak to a wider need to rethink the propertied self? Is it time to cast off ownership altogether and build powerful new notions through which to relate to ourselves, each other, and the places around us?