The Showroom and architect Blanca Pujals are working on making a new collective cultural map of the Church Street Ward. This map will show the cultural life in and around Church Street, and is being made together with those living and working locally, or with active connections to the neighbourhood.
The aim is to create a collective picture of the cultural fabric, spaces and relationships that are important locally today. The new map – which has been commissioned by Westminster City Council and builds upon The Showroom’s long term relationships in the neighbourhood – will highlight spaces, share knowledge and build new networks; reflecting on cooperative models for organising and production whilst exploring the need for shared collective spaces in Church Street.
The first discussion workshops are currently being held online. See below for full details of dates and times. If you would like to book a place or have questions, please email [email protected]
- Monday 15 February: 4-5.30pm
- Wednesday 17 February: 4-5.30pm
- Monday 22 February: 4-5.30pm
- Wednesday 10 March: 4.30-5.30pm
- Friday 19 March, 11am-12.30pm
Image: Church Street OS Base Map, February 2021. Courtesy of The Showroom and Blanca Pujals
If you live or work in the Church Street area and would like to have more information about how to get involved, please email [email protected]
Blanca Pujals is an architect, spatial researcher and critical writer. Her cross-disciplinary practice is based on spatial research and critical analysis to engage with questions of contemporary culture, philosophy of science and transnational politics. Through her work Blanca has an interest in developing tools for undertaking analysis using different visual and sonic devices. Her work crosses between film, architecture, lecturing, curatorial projects, teaching and critical writing.