Uncertainty Playground: S*PARK

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16 Sep - 20 Oct 2017

11am to 7pm

16 September - 20 October 2017
11am–7pm Monday–Friday
11am–4pm on Saturday 
Closed on Sundays

Launch event Wednesday 20 September, 6-9pm.

Book your free ticket here.

S*PARK explores eco-social futures and imagination through community and collaborative research practices that highlight the value of a green environment in urban life and the role that education can play in a fast changing local landscape.

Design has an increasingly important role to play in material, social and economic change. This exhibition and series of events explores the emerging role of practice-based design research in proposing and imagining futures.

S*PARK presents design research in a series of public and collaborative design interventions and activities, both in LCC and the green spaces of Elephant and Castle. This initiative uses sensory, human-centred design practices and proposes environmentally-sustainable and socially-responsive approaches that enrich human experiences.


More information about S*PARK events and how to book:

Sensory walk and workshop with Valerie Mace and Lucy Thornett, Tuesday 19 September, 1pm-4pm (For more information and to book)


Greater London National Park City Film Screening, Wednesday 20 September, 7-7.30pm (For more information and to book)


Acoustic Ecology Walk with Nicholas Marechal, Wednesday 20 September, 11am - 3pm (For more information and to book)


Data Deckchair Launch, Wednesday 20 September, 5.30pm - 8pm (For more information and to book)


Colour Navigation with Grace Adam, Thursday 21 September, 10.30am - 4.30pm (For more information and to book)


Natural Health Service Workshop with Beth Collier and James Grant, Thursday 21 September, 10.30am - 7.30pm (For more information and to book)


Dawn Chorus by Morris Folk Choir, Thursday 21 September, 6 - 7am (For more information and to book)


Human-Animal Relational Gaming with Kaylene Kau, Birds on the Street and Birds on the Grass, Saturday 23 September to Sunday 24 September (For more information and to book)

Investigate, interact and imagine.


All events in the recently opened Elephant Park are part of S*PARK, kindly supported by Lendlease 
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