Big ruins: the aesthetics and politics of supersized decay
14th to 14th May 2014
Manchester, United Kingdom
Contact person: Paul Dobraszczyk
This conference focuses on the significance of large-scale ruins in an age of global capitalism. Drawing from a wide range of sites it aims to create a dialogue between big ruins and the culturally-prescient theme of the imagination of disaster.
Organized by: Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in the Arts and Languages
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