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When a derelict early 18th Century townhouse in Central London was given to an obscure Swiss charity, Assemble was invited to come up with an idea of what to do with it. The house had belonged to the artist, cyberneticist, beekeeper, campaigner and polymath Annetta Pedretti, whose energetic spirit we seek to maintain in the house, whilst creating a space for grassroots resistance to decades of top-down redevelopment projects. In this talk Louis Schulz will discuss the ideas behind the project and the amazing woman that lived and died in the house.

 

When a derelict early 18th Century townhouse in Central London was given to an obscure Swiss charity, Assemble was invited to come up with an idea of what to do with it. The house had belonged to the artist, cyberneticist, beekeeper, campaigner and polymath Annetta Pedretti, whose energetic spirit we seek to maintain in the house, whilst creating a space for grassroots resistance to decades of top-down redevelopment projects. In this talk Louis Schulz will discuss the ideas behind the project and the amazing woman that lived and died in the house.

When a derelict early 18th Century townhouse in Central London was given to an obscure Swiss charity, Assemble was invited to come up with an idea of what to do with it. The house had belonged to the artist, cyberneticist, beekeeper, campaigner and polymath Annetta Pedretti, whose energetic spirit we seek to maintain in the house, whilst creating a space for grassroots resistance to decades of top-down redevelopment projects. In this talk Louis Schulz will discuss the ideas behind the project and the amazing woman that lived and died in the house.

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Virtual
https://soa.utexas.edu/events/louis-schulzassemble-house-annetta-facilitating-grassroot-action

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