We’re pleased to share with you our new website www.theatrum-mundi.org
On it, you’ll find information on all Theatrum Mundi projects including our Music and Architecture workshops, reflections from our salon series The Sense of Presence: Can the Temporary Leave a Trace and Design for Learning and our monthly blog posts which includes ‘Rhythm-Studies’, a thought piece by Laura Marcus, Professor of English Literature New College Oxford and Goldsmiths. You can also find information on our upcoming work including Designing for free speech, an international design competition to re-imagine spaces in New York City as places for free speech, assembly, and creative expression, launching in 2014.
Theatrum Mundi is a professional network of urbanists and artists in different cities. The collective consists of academics, architects, planners, performing and visual artists, with the aim to stimulate discussion about practices spanning stage and street. The dialogue between art and society has long produced surprising results in both domains; we want to carry this discussion forward within the diverse contexts of contemporary urban life.
Theatrum Mundi is partnered with LSE Cities in London and New York University in New York.
Theatrum Mundi is continually evolving, and benefits from the contributions of a large number of people. If you have ideas, proposals or criticisms, get in touch via our website.