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Crowd Control: Escaping the Lawscape

Crowd Control: Escaping the Lawscape
Saturday 22 & Sunday 23 July | 2-4pm (start at arebyte White Post Lane) Escaping the Lawscape: a game of compliance, deviance and justice who determines how you move? where you stop? who belongs where? who is excluded? where is justice? and how do we build it? The lawscape is an invisible structure that controls our actions, affects our choices and alters our behaviour. We will reveal the hidden architecture of control, the layers of influence that keep us in line, that limit our choices. First you will comply, then you will resist, and finally find the space of justice. In a series of games winding through the local environment exploring conflicts and cooperations that make up the fabric of Hackney Wick. Open up your bodies to the atmosphere; go deeper into the lawscape of bridges and canals; emerge with your desires, enter into conflicts, and form posthuman partnerships. — part of Crowd Control: exploring  collective behaviour in Hackney Wick Hackney Wick becomes playground and petri dish for a series of games and experiments exploring the collective interactions between individuals, groups and their environments. Crowd Control connects art, science, law and urban design in an interdisciplinary study of the control mechanisms that affect human behaviour, exploring how groups move together, transfer information, make decisions and respond to change. Join the team to participate in this unique social experiment. Find out more about the Crowd Control project, the research team and other activity at: crowdcontrol.london — Please note that events may be filmed and photographed for documentation purposes and online broadcast.

at Arebyte Gallery
Unit 4, 49 White Post Ln
Homerton, United Kingdom

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