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Uncertainty Playground: S*PARK | Colour Navigation with Grace Adam

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Elephant & Castle

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SE1 6SB

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Thursday 21 September
Outside London College of Communication (Meet on forecourt in front of LCC)
Free and open to all, booking required
10:30-1pm and 2pm-4:30pm

This event is part of London College of Communication’s Uncertainty Playground, a series of exhibitions that investigate the different areas of work from the College’s Design School. Uncertainty Playground is part of London Design Festival 2017. For more information please visit www.uncertaintyplayground.com.


Artist Grace Adam will create an experience entitled Colour Navigations: a take on psychogeography, as a way of negotiating, noticing and enjoying our built and grown cityscape. Grace and the group will select colour samples from all over Elephant Park and the surrounding area, which will be displayed in the S*PARK Exhibition at LCC combined with text that will discuss where the colour was found, with references to its social, historical and contextual significance.


With reference to both biology and psychology, Grace Adam's 'Colour Navigations' walk explores colour as a vital way to calibrate the world. Our survival, health and welfare depend on responding to, and understanding chromatic nuances in our environment, an exploration of individual understanding of spaces can enhance our understanding of nature in urban life.


More about the Uncertainty Playground Exhibition's events and activities here: http://www.arts.ac.uk/lcc/events/

LCC’s Design School champions human-centered design, and Uncertainty Playground provides a showcase for the processes, tools and strategies it has designed for navigating a complex world.

Investigate, interact and imagine.

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