Art, Freedom, and the Politics of Social Justice
Introduction Over the past few years, artworks that touch upon painful histories have sparked heated controversies. While the artists behind such works have invariably had a social purpose and sought
Where Architecture and Feminisms Intersect
[roundtable_menu] [contributor]Stephanie Bailey & Mark Woytiuk[excerpt]They ask questions that persist: How do we commemorate the victims of ongoing, systemic forms of misogynistic violence? How do we begin to work against
Artist Residencies: A Question of Time
[roundtable_menu] [contributor]Arquitectura Expandida[excerpt]Ideally, we seek a collective relationship between institution, artist, and community, with the relationship understood as the confirmation of a provisional organizational structure based on dialogue and a
Artist Safety / Safe Haven Hosting
[roundtable_menu] [contributor]Diana Ramarohetra[excerpt][Artist residencies] help the artist to grow, to not feel alone, and to become more convinced of their chosen vocation and role in the society. Unfortunately, this is
Artist (Residency) and the City
[roundtable_menu][contributor]Kira Simon-Kennedy[excerpt]Independent art spaces and cafes that wouldn’t be out of place in Copenhagen or Tokyo popped up in Beijing’s dusty gray hutong alleyways.[/excerpt][/contributor] [contributor]Azu Nwagbogu[excerpt]Africa has been historically expropriated;
What is Wellbeing?
[roundtable_menu] [contributor]Aishah Shahida Simmons[excerpt]In the past, I, too, was extremely resistant to integrating spirituality into activist work for fear that it would dilute the “real” issues at hand.[/excerpt] [/contributor] [contributor]Akwaeke
How can we newly understand the dynamic nature of the vernacular?
[roundtable_menu] [contributor]Shuyin Wu [excerpt]As a result, every year 90 thousand natural villages disappear, including yao-dong villages.[/excerpt] [/contributor] [contributor]Lucie Kroening & Victor Seguela, Paris [excerpt]The contradiction embodied in the word banga
How does the line that defines an area have the power to create and an equally great capacity to divide and destroy?
[roundtable_menu] [contributor]James Bridle, Athens [excerpt]Seamless Transitions is a story of borders that are mute and invisible. They are not supposed to be seen or heard.[/excerpt] [/contributor] [contributor]draftworks* architects, Nicosia &
What Would an Actual Sharing Economy Look Like?
[roundtable_menu] [contributor]Fernando García-Dory, Madrid & Majorca[excerpt]A real sharing economy is not something necessarily to place in a utopian world or a distant future. It is happening here and now. [/excerpt] [/contributor]
Visions of resilience: Eighteen artists say or show something in response to the word “resilience”
[roundtable_menu] [contributor]Juan Carlos Arroyo, Bogotá [excerpt]What survives in the act of resistance to a hospital closure is an ideal of human care, a concept of health and selfless humanitarianism that