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Exploring the relationship between our bodies, and the architecture of London through a series of playful objects.

Some spaces are for us – friendly and catered for our human form – others are hostile. Spikes stick out from the ground, ledges resist our arses,
bridges hurry us across, and metal bars stop youths from skateboarding throughout cities.

Through a series of playful artefacts, The Body Language of Hostile Architecture invites Londoners to stop, slow down and take in the city
from a different perspective.

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