InspiralLondon Festival: re-imagining the built environment #1

This post kicks of a short series about InspiralLondon. This is an urban trail developed and led by artists, spiraling out from Kings Cross and ends at Gravesend, it enables the public to experience the city as one vast art space in which to re-imagine the built environment.

My colleague Richard Sobey and I attended InspiralLondon’s Festival last September. Attending  events over this long weekend, in Bloomsbury, Greenwich and Stave Hill.

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Discussion at Stave Hill, Clare Qualmann speaking

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Rachel Gomme performance at Greenwich

Image credits: Sarah Spanton

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Sarah Spanton is director of arts organisation Waymarking - www.waymarking.org.uk
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