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Immigration, Immigration Part 1 | Audacity.
Today’s article is derived from an experience that the author encountered. Prelude. On lived experience as a criterion of meaning…
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Expression As Knowledge: Sustaining Cities Though Socio-Spiritual Construction
The physical city of Djenné relies implicitly on the spiritual expression and ritual of replastering the city to armour it
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On Permanence | Impermanence: Transient architecture for housing relief in informal settlements?
On matters of permanence and impermanence, many sub topics come to mind. The permanence of the overpowering dictation of modern
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FOTW | Koda®K (too dark), on Colourism and (un)captured space
*Shirley cards, named after a former Kodak studio model, were images used as the standard for colour calibration in photo
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Why black men have invented nothing
If you made the wise decision to click on this article, you are probably pissed-off about the title. You are
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FOTW: ‘SOCIAL LIFE AS SCIENCE FICTION’
Preface ‘Anybody who thinks that they can understand how terrible the terror has been, without understanding how beautiful the beauty
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FOTW | Part 1. On beauty and terror: The Black Outdoors
‘Anybody who thinks that they can understand how terrible the terror has been, without understanding how beautiful the beauty has
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Everything Is Everything*
This week’s Fruit of the week is personal to us, and was triggered by experiencing the lyrical dialogue that we
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FOTW | SELF CARE as Self-Preservation, Armor and Collective Emancipation in the Spatial Industry
“I am a feminist, and what that means to me is much the same as the meaning of the fact
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Moving through places, space and time
This fruit of the week features two black queer womxn, as Djs they are interested in, and working on, using
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Afro-futurism (Space is the Place) | Afro-Futurism: an approach to African development
Afro-futurism is not what we commonly (mis)perceive as the notion of “futuristic” black science fiction. It an ever-present projection of
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Contemporary African Diaspora: a networked tissue sustaining the body of African knowledge(s)
I often smile at strangers during commutes on the bus, tram and train. It is also no misconception that Switzerland
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(un)collective memory: Where there is life (in between Joburg)
Today’s theme is born out of an exploration of the mutual and contradicting strings that we find in the city
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The Capacity of Critique in a Colonial Knowledge Validating Cannon
Today’s theme is one that has been discussed before in a different context, and a revisit is essential for us
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Dead Fish on the Beach: The Problem with “Women in Architecture”
Today’s Matri-Archi post speaks to the complex overlay of gender and racial issues that have made architectural practice a hegemonic
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