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Architecture and the Paradox of Dissidence

9th International AHRA Conference – 15–17 November 2012 (sorry, a little late!) “This conference aims to reflect on the relevance of the concept of dissidence for architectural practice today. Although dissidence has been primarily associated with architectural practices in the … Continue reading

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14th class on Eyal Weizman’s “Walking through Walls”

dear citypolitical hipster*, we are going to read eyal weizman’s “walking through walls” tomorrow. the text could be found here: http://eipcp.net/transversal/0507/weizman/en/print in the second part of the class we will discuss a suggestion on how to develop and structure a … Continue reading

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Austerity Urbanism – Jamie Peck

Prof. Jamie Peck – Think & Drink Kolloquium The presentation will explore the origins and meaning of austerity urbanism, locating this in the lineage of neoliberal or market-based forms of governance. The rise and repeated reconstruction of neoliberal forms of … Continue reading

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What Can Art Do For Real Politics?

Presentation of Camera Austria 117           “Where is politics today? Is it where people are collectively manifesting their disenchantment with the structures of authority and the political class? And where they are beginning to create a … Continue reading

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