Michael Pinsky asks 'How can art stop us being driven to extinction?'
26 July 2013
In Burlington Gardens
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Michael Pinsky Photo: Esmeé Delcroix-Pinsky Fresh and passionate polemics on central issues confronting architecture and cities.
Michael Pinsky is a renowned British artist whose innovative work shapes and influences the use and understandings of public space. His many residencies have seen him combine the roles of artist, urban planner, activist, researcher and resident, allowing the social and physical environment to define his working methodology. His recent work, Plunge, encircled noteworthy monuments in London with an illuminated blue line, showing the predicated sea level in 3111. For more information about Michael's work, visit: www.michaelpinsky.com
In his Soapbox talk, Michael Pinsky discusses 'what we value most in our public realm and our increasing resistance to sharing our collective wealth'.
Gallery 10, Burlington Gardens
Free with an exhibition ticket (no booking required)
About Soapbox Talks
Taking place in Richard Rogers RA: Inside Out
, the Soapbox provides a literal platform for key figures from the worlds of architecture, design, art and engineering to make fresh and passionate 15-minute polemics on some of the central issues confronting architecture and cities, today and in the future. Provocative and inspiring, contentious and stimulating, audience participation is actively encouraged! Find out more