Alnis Stakle, from the series Shangri-La
A new photography exhibition, Crossing Borders, Shifting Boundaries: Architecture has opened at the University of Liverpool’s London Campus.
The show explores how migratory movements have influenced the fabric and identity of people within the urban environment. The photographs are a result of the SCOPIO international photography contest which aims to emphasise photography as a questioning medium for architecture.
Dr Marco Iuliano, Senior Lecturer at the University’s School of Architecture, was on the judging panel for the contest and will be speaking at the accompanying roundtable discussion alongside Valeria Carullo (RIBA), Pedro Gadanho (MoMA), and the winner, Alnis Stakle. The exhibition opened at the University’s London campus, following a lecture on Chinese Cities by Stephanie Hemelryk Donald, Head of the University’s School of the Arts.
The exhibition and accompanying roundtable discussion was presented by SCOPIO, in collaboration with UCP Porto, RIBA and the University of Liverpool.
SCOPIO Photography Exhibition is on show at the University of Liverpool in London, 33 Finsbury Square, EC2A 1AG. The exhibition will remain open to the public from 2-7pm, Monday-Friday until Friday 5 June. For more information visit www.architecture.com/WhatsOn/May2015/PhotographyRoundtable.aspx
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