From the Other Side of the Screen.

A woman lives in a small town called Słubice. It is a border town in western Poland, closely linked to its German sister city Frankfurt (Oder), of which it was a part of until 1945. In this small town, as in the rest of the country, abortion is banned except in a few circumstances—sixty-nine percent […]

Posted at 3:55 pm on March 25, 2018 | Leave a comment | Filed Under: Architecture, Books, Democracy, Politics, utopia | Tagged: , , , , , | Continue reading

How do we know? Who knows? A history of enacting spaces of learning. Julia Udall & Sam Vardy

Spatial practice and urban studies have seen a diversification and politicisation over recent decades. Although professional and institutional forces still dominate, approaches grounded in relational thinking, activism, art practice, socially engaged initiatives and counter-economic strategies have a powerful lineage. Entwined within these histories of spatial practice is a narrative concerned with crucial questions of how […]


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