Paul Carter speaks about the cultures of mobility and the implications they have on the development of The City.
PAUL CARTER is Professor of Design/Urbanism at the School of Architecture and Design, RMIT. Much of his recent work explores different and colliding cultures of communication. Relevant to the present lecture are: Meeting Place: the human encounter and the challenge of coexistence (2013), which explores the potential of contemporary space to harbour a new hybrid erotics,
and Places Made After Their Stories: design and the art of choreotopography (2015), which examines the urban interface between fleeting appearances and stable structures with a view to enunciating a new ‘dramaturgy of turbulence.’ He is currently engaged in the design and programming of Yagan Square (Perth).