The Fourth film shown at Three Colours Blue/Liberté, looking at How Women Experience External Space, was The Infinite Fun Palace. This architectural film project, by Sofia Kanarelli, explores the impact of information technologies on the way we experience our cities and perceive space.Read More
The third film shown at Three Colours Blue/ Liberté: How do women experience external spaces was Stones, Commissioned by Mama Quilla, as part of the Theatre of Protest this film was made by Sarah Akigbogun and Simon McCabe, with inspiration from playwright Kay Asdhead.Read More
The second film shown at Three Colours Blue/Liberté, looking at How Women Experience External Space, was Escape, written and directed by actor, writer Ann Akin. The film explores what happens when home is no longer a place of safety.Read More
Recapping the films shown at our inaugural event on June 26th this week, the first film we showed as part of Three Colours Blue/Liberté, looking at How Women Experience External Space, was Building Her Story.
What would cities look like if women were more involved in the design process? What would a more inclusive design look like? We kicked off on the 26th with this a little extract from ‘Building Her Story’ by Atelier 4A, a female collective from the M.Arch Architecture at the University for the Creative Arts.Read More
#ObsessedbyKillingEve? #MeToo. Jane Briginshaw will be asking you to reflect on the politics of external space, women's use of it, how we’re prevented from using it; the boundaries with internal space and WHAT IF THINGS WERE DIFFERENT?Read More
Jacqueline Bleicher is our first speaker at Three Colours Blue/ Liberté: How do women experience external spaces. Jacqueline will be highlighting the overarching principles to consider for diverse and inclusive cities and places.Read More