ULIP will be hosting Peter Coles, writer, photographer, editor, and lecturer, to collaborate upon a unique two-day workshop on photography and the urban landscape. He will be joined by Anne Zeitz (Université Rennes 2) and Carolina Sanchez Boe (Aalborg University).
The event will offer participants opportunities for teaching, debate, and discussion on the urban environment and its expression in art, including a practical photography session in the streets of Northern Paris. This year’s event will be based around the theme of Cartographies: considering urban archeology and how it can map social change, participants will spend time looking for the traces left on the urban landscape of lives lived and generations moving on and up in and through the city around them.
The event is organised in collaboration with the MA Photography and Urban Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London and with input from researchers in Urban History and Culture at ULIP.
Friday 5 May 2017 (ULIP) (4 pm – 6 pm)
An archaeology of urban landscape: re-reading the city
Lecture and discussion led by Peter Coles and Anna-Louise Milne, with Paul Halliday.
Saturday 6 May 2017 (10.00 am – 13.00 pm)
Choice of guided walks and photography in Paris, (depending on numbers):
- Cartographies of Fear led by Anne Zeitz and Carolina Sanchez Boe
- Shunting and Stockpiling led by Anna-Louise Milne
- Tracing the Bièvre, Paris’s hidden river. Led by Peter Coles
For more information on the three walks please scroll down.
Sharing and discussion of images shot in the morning; reflections on the day. (15.00 – 17.00, ULIP)
Sunday 7 May 2017
Free day for self-guided walks with possibilities to link up with others staying for the whole weekend. Peter, Anna-Louise, Anne and Carolina will be happy to offer suggestions.
The event is free but numbers are limited; please register in advance to reserve your place: Click here