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Walmer Yard

235–239 Walmer Road

London

W11 4EY

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Smell is rarely used to discuss architecture. Smells form part of our memories and our present engagement with spaces and surroundings but they are often elusive – disappearing before they can be described or pinned down.


Designer and researcher Kate McLean is one of a small but growing number of innovative practitioners dedicated to the study and capture of this highly nuanced field.


She will lead a sensory walk around Walmer Yard and the surrounding streets of Notting Hill.




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Kate McLean
Kate McLean is an artist and designer who has created smell maps of cities around the world. She works at the intersection of human-perceived smellscapes, cartography and the communication of ‘eye-invisible’ sensed data. Kate leads smell walks internationally and translates the resulting data using digital design, watercolour, animation, scent diffusion and sculpture into smellscape mappings. She recently completed a practice-based PhD entitled Nose-first: practices of smell walking and smellscape mapping.

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Walmer Yard

235–239 Walmer Road

London

W11 4EY

United Kingdom

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Refunds up to 7 days before event

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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