Leaks and Rumblings: An Experimental Confluence of (In)Visible Rivers in São Paulo and London

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Jan van Duppen, Augusto Aneas, Aileen Harvey, Sandra Jasper, Laura Kemmer, and Claudia Andreoli Muniz investigate two veiled rivers in the cities of Sāo Paulo and London through creative urban experimentation, revealing the intertwined narratives of colonialism, urban planning, and more-than-human life.

Wanghong Urbanism for our Single Planet

Can the phenomenon of wanghong urbanism be harnessed for positive change? Reflecting on some of her projects, the architect Anna Liu discusses the challenge of creating landmarks for a digital world and the potential for design to catalyse environmental awareness.

Sherlock Holmes and Tourism in London

Michael Naim discusses the phenomenon of Sherlock Holmes tourism in London. Naim argues that Sherlock tours stem from earlier forms of literary tourism, but the series’ multi-generational and multi-media expansions have created a more immersive form of media tourism.