<body> Public Ad Campaign: Urban Geography With the Royal Holloway University of London
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Monday, March 21, 2011

Urban Geography With the Royal Holloway University of London


I have been doing a bit of talking these days, most recently at the Southern Graphics Council in Saint Louis and today with Geography students from the Royal Holloway University of London. We had planned a long walk from City Hall to the Lower East side, but rain and cold winds caused us to retreat back to my studio. Normally I use this walk to talk about the different affects of the visual environment on spatial control and environmental issues but today, in the studio, the conversation focused more on PublicAdCamapaign actions and other street art/urban art projects. As per usual, the most important teaching tool I have found is action, and the phonebooth install above was done to show the students how simple public space interaction can be.

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Blogger Pete said...

that's effing awesome! i did some talking today too, but no public space was reclaimed... ;(

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