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In 2008 London United were engaged by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport to deliver a seminal strategic visioning half day on 'Sustainability' for a closed gathering of the principals and heads of the major U.K. institutions with a remit for Culture, Media, Sport, Arts, Heritage and Tourism.
The unique event - 'the 'S' word' took place on the 14th November 2008 and was hosted by Sir Nicholas Serota, Director of The Tate Gallery and took place at Tate Modern.
aladin and John Grant facilitated the session, along with other members of London United .
"A big issue needs a big approach. I found it revelatory and I think I will be digesting it for a long time to come." Principal of a cultural institution of international significance.
John Grant, Lea Simpson, Tyler Moorehead, Cyndi Rhoades, Sophie Thomas
and other members of the eleven-strong London United collective co-led
sessions at the 2008 London Design Festival's heavily oversubscribed
Greengaged week at the Design Council in Covent Garden.
"The collective will accompany you on a memorable exploration of what it means to be in London in 2058 – and today.
The London United sessions are designed to stimulate fresh thinking and
a deeper personal connection with the challenges of designing a more
resilient, sustainable and humane world, one city at a time": Greengaged Highlights of London United at Greengaged: Monday 15th September '08, 6.30-8.30p.m.: Creative Session: "Imagine 2058".John Grant and other members of the eleven-strong London United collective
took a group to London in 2058. During the session - and without having
left their seats - participants actually experienced travelling
through the city 50 years hence, in a segment led by aladin. Friday 19 September '08, 11pm-1am: Night tour: "Re-thinking the city". Central London; location was revealed on the night. With aladin from LondonUnited.
A nightwalk around London, without pre-meditated itinerary, stimulating
and re-fashioning ways of encountering the urban space,
apprenticing the travellers into some of the oldest known traditions of
dealing with unseens.