Bradley Garrett is a visual ethnographer at the University of Sydney interested in the politics of space. He writes a regular column for Guardian Cities and his research has been featured on media outlets worldwide, including the BBC, ABC and Time Magazine. He is the author of Explore Everything: Place Hacking the City, Subterranean London: Cracking the Capital, London Rising: Illicit Photos from the City’s Heights and Global Undergrounds: Exploring Cities Within.
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What do we need to do to build the good cities of the future? What kind of infrastructure do we need to put in place? How do we bridge the gaps between the superstar cities and the rest?