Jaspar Joseph-Lester is an artist, Reader in Art and Post-Urbanism and Head of the MA Sculpture Programme at the Royal College of Art. His work explores the conflicting ideological frameworks embodied in representations of modernity, urban renewal, regeneration and social organisation as a means to better understand how art practice can redefine masterplans and regeneration schemes that determine the cultural life of our cities. He has exhibited his work internationally and is author of Revisiting the Bonaventure Hotel (2012). Simon King, co-founder of the Walkative project, is a tutor at the RCA. Currently undertaking a practice-led PhD at Birkbeck, University of London, King's research is interested in the dialogic, convivial and performative aspects of group-led walking. As Noble & King he works and walks collaboratively with the artist Corinne Noble towards the creation of public art walks in London. Amy Blier-Carruthers is a lecturer at the Royal Academy of Music and King's College London, where her research and teaching interests revolve around performance style and recording practices. She has recently been invited to speak at Princeton University, King's College London, and the Smithsonian Institution, and is co-investigator for the AHRC project 'Classical Music Hyper-Production and Practice as Research'. Roberto Bottazzi is an architect, researcher, and educator based in London. He is the Director of the Master in Urban Design at The Bartlett-UCL. His research on the impact of globalisation and digital technology on architecture and urbanism has been widely published both in the UK and internationally.