AboutDixon Clark Court Symphony Debate
Monday 17th September 2012
Doors and Bar 7pm
Speakers, Dave Clements, Social Policy Forum, Alistair Howick, Co-founder of HS projects and Laura Michener, Project manager at Margins, a London homelessness outreach
Chaired by Dolan Cummings
One year on from the riots, the Dixon Clark Court Symphony Debate seeks to explore expressions of belonging and loneliness within communities. Ideas integral to the original Dixon Clark Court Symphony sound installation. The site-specific artwork, created by Union Chapel Artist in Residence, Sarah Strang, comprised over 150 sounds, identified, recorded and curated within Union Chapel and a neighbouring tower block, Dixon Clark Court in response to the following questions:
What sounds make you feel like you belong?
What sounds make you feel lonely?
What sounds do you want to hear?
A panel comprised of thinkers, creators and strategists will prepare ten-minute responses to the question:
Can a non-hierarchical community survive?
Questions from the floor and a discussion will follow