//Tuesday 5 July, 6.30-9.30pm//
A film screening and talk exploring the relationship between freedom and play in the city featuring a panel of players, activists and academics including
- Urban theorist Iain Borden
- HUCK contributor and activist Olly Zanetti
- Freerunner & founder of Parkour UK and Parkour Generations Dan Edwardes
- Playlink founder & author of Play at School & Play as Culture Bernard Spiegal
- Film (TBC)
In the years preparing for the 2012 London Olympic Games the city's landscape has changed considerably. But alongside hopes for regeneration and increased opportunity, the ongoing privatisation of public space and ubiquity of surveillance threatens to cast a shadow of anxiety. Is there any space left in the city to play by rules of our own making?
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//The Article 31.1 Programme//
Article 31.1 are a collective of architects, designers and activists who are curating a programme of pop-up events, workshops and playful interventions during LFA 2012 that aim to explore the city as a playspace.
How free are we? Do you remember how to play?