Echosystems

Workshop, 5 March 2016

This public workshop aims to identify and document the distinct politics of the neighbourhood around the Canadian Centre for Architecture through an alternative methodology. Moderated by Léopold Lambert of Archipelago, this day of intensive reflection and polyphonic creation will address issues of the city through sound recordings. In response to distinct modes of instrumentalization of urban space, participants are invited to develop a deeper reading of the CCA’s neighbourhood through a short podcast and the assembly of gathered sounds.

Presented in conjunction with the exhibition The Other Architect.

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