Cities and Memory at the Moscow Urban Forum
We’re delighted to announce that Cities and Memory will be speaking at the Moscow Urban Forum in Russia next week (17-18 July).
We’ll be taking part in a panel discussion entitled “Memory Space. Who and What Should the City Remember?”
The session will tackle questions such as “what should the city remember?”, “in what ways should the city help its citizens remember?” and “what could be the formats of the public memory in the future?”
You can find out more about the session here, and about the Forum, whose central theme is “megacity of the future”, here.
You can also look forward to some Moscow field recordings from our trip, of course…