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Vertical light infrastructures: domestic lighting, the residential high-rise and the formation of nocturnal publics. Annual Meeting, Washington 2019, AAG3-7 April 2019.
Light clutter. Let there be light, ARUP lighting and The Academy of Urbanism, London, 6 November 2018.
Luminous Verticality: The changing geographies of East London at Night. Annual Meeting of the Association of Social Anthropology, Oxford, 23 September 2018.
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