Picture a high-street, a tube station, a waiting room…
The places in which we sit, eat, travel and work are all designed, often in subtle ways. But design is political and our city has been designed to exclude some of its citizens.
In Manifestos for a Hostile Environment, designer Alison Neighbour (Constellations, Return) focuses on dividing lines and the ways in which we are physically separated and distinguished from each other in public spaces. View this work and join the conversation in the Bush Theatre foyer, exhibited from 10-22 June.
This a free, non-ticketed event. If you’d like to attend, just come to the Bush on your preferred date and time.