Sydney is in the midst of unprecedented change, surrounding this picture is the competing sense of opportunity and a loss of control. A city unsettled.
Unsettled 1: Clean Sydney
Wrapped up in design practice and public policy and spurred on by political and economic forces is an orthodoxy that prioritises what is new and what is ‘clean.’ Clean eating. Clean living. Clean communities. Clean streets. Clean energy.
What are the consequences of prioritising what is clean?
Come to the first in a series of talks aiming to provoke, hypothesise and discuss ideas critical to Sydney and its people.
City of Sydney Councillor
Principal, Hill Thalis Architecture + Urban Projects
Dr Jennifer Kent
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning,The University of Sydney
Head of Environments, Urbanite
Miguel Rodríguez Casellas
Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building, UTS