14:00-16:00pm Friday 25th August 2017
A public conversation event hosted in the Museum of Contemporary Commodities shop-gallery space at the RGS-IBG. Join us to discuss how the deep relations between data, trade, place and values are shaping our everyday lives and futures. With contributions from: MoCC co-founders Paula Crutchlow and Ian Cook, Senior V&A Curator Corrinna Gardner, Cultural Geographer Merle Patchett, Music Sociologist Lee Marshall, and researcher, publisher and curator D-M Withers.
This is a free event but space is limited. BOOK HERE
The Museum of Contemporary Commodities will be installed in the Pavilion Gallery at the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) open to the public 10:00-16:00pm 24th-27th August 2017.