Who Makes the City is part of the not only the earth we share public programme, which is released throughout the run of the exhibition. It will be an itinerant resource consisting of short commissioned videos inviting thinkers, activists, and practitioners of the urban condition to explore a central theme of the exhibition: who makes the city?

Episode 01: Belfast


Anna Minton


Henrietta Williams

Anna Minton is a writer and journalist and author of Big Capital: Who is London for? (Penguin 2017) and Ground Control: Fear and Happiness in the 21st Century City (Penguin 2009/12). She is a regular contributor to the Guardian and Reader in Architecture at the University of East London where she is Programme Leader of the MRes Architecture: Reading the Neoliberal City.

Henrietta Williams is an artist and urban researcher. Her practice explores urbanist theories; particularly considering ideas around fortress urbanism, security, and surveillance. She is a Lecturer (teaching) at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, and tutors across a number of programs with a particular focus on critical film making methodologies.