At the Edge of Everything Else | St. Louis is a social space for artists, architects, urbanists, and others on the “critical spatial practice” spectrum. The series will run weekly from September 13 to December 6. A casual forum to share projects and ideas, each event will hover between social club and public program, anchored by a few brief presentations but mainly dedicated to unstructured conversation. The name is poached from Esther Choi and Marikka Trotter’s 2010 Architecture at the Edge of Everything Else. Taking their titular gesture a step further, At the Edge of Everything Else privileges no one departure point, instead inhabiting an interdisciplinary center-space defined by the entanglement of the fields at its periphery: art, architecture, urban theory, cultural geography, landscape, and community development (to name a few). At the Edge of Everything Else is free and open to anyone working at the intersection of cultural and spatial production.