Join us for our latest ‘library chat’, an informal roundtable conversation in the convivial surroundings of our library in the Pearce Institute.
There will be space and time for general discussion and input from all participants. Light refreshments provided.Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to confirm attendance. RSVP essential.
Neil Gray is a writer, researcher and filmmaker based in Govan, Glasgow. His work critically analyses the mobilisation of creativity and sustainability ‘fixes’ in development strategies via a focus on the urbanization of capital and the politics of space. He is currently developing the idea of ‘territorial inquiry’ as a means of militant co-research adapted for urban life. He is contributing editor for Variant, has written regularly for Mute, and is part of The Strickland Distribution, ‘an artist-run group supporting the development of independent research in art-related and non-institutional practices’. He is currently completing a PhD at the University of Glasgow.