Part of the editorial mission of the Archifutures field guide series is to put individuals or groups together and ask them to interact and exchange methods and approaches in the hope that their diverse experiences will spark something or lead them onto new and untried paths. So for this volume the editors asked new FA platform fellows Unfolding Pavilion and Critical Practice to get together and come up with a set of activist guidelines for future architectural practice. We gave them 14 pages in which to curate or create an (ideally hand-drawn) pamphlet within the book in the tradition of the Squatters’ Handbook, which originated in the 1970s; something that could perhaps further seed engagement and grassroots architectural revolution. In response, the two groups, in turn, approached six practices who, in their eyes, are at the forefront when it comes to radical forms of collective engagement with architecture. The result is “Unfolding Practice” in which each practice is given a “wall” in the form of a double-page spread upon which to share strategies and tactics in the form of “takeaway manifestos”. Below is a call to action for you, the reader, to contribute to this growing project.

Unfolding Practice. A guerilla curation collaboration / Favargiotti, Sara; Ferrando, Davide Tommaso; Tudor Munteanu, Daniel; Di Marco, Love; Hentzer Dausgaard, Tobias; Arabshahi, Arya. - ELETTRONICO. - (2020), pp. 179-197.

Unfolding Practice. A guerilla curation collaboration

Favargiotti, Sara;
2020

Abstract

Part of the editorial mission of the Archifutures field guide series is to put individuals or groups together and ask them to interact and exchange methods and approaches in the hope that their diverse experiences will spark something or lead them onto new and untried paths. So for this volume the editors asked new FA platform fellows Unfolding Pavilion and Critical Practice to get together and come up with a set of activist guidelines for future architectural practice. We gave them 14 pages in which to curate or create an (ideally hand-drawn) pamphlet within the book in the tradition of the Squatters’ Handbook, which originated in the 1970s; something that could perhaps further seed engagement and grassroots architectural revolution. In response, the two groups, in turn, approached six practices who, in their eyes, are at the forefront when it comes to radical forms of collective engagement with architecture. The result is “Unfolding Practice” in which each practice is given a “wall” in the form of a double-page spread upon which to share strategies and tactics in the form of “takeaway manifestos”. Below is a call to action for you, the reader, to contribute to this growing project.
Archifutures Volume 6 - Agency
Barcellona
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Favargiotti, Sara; Ferrando, Davide Tommaso; Tudor Munteanu, Daniel; Di Marco, Love; Hentzer Dausgaard, Tobias; Arabshahi, Arya
Unfolding Practice. A guerilla curation collaboration / Favargiotti, Sara; Ferrando, Davide Tommaso; Tudor Munteanu, Daniel; Di Marco, Love; Hentzer Dausgaard, Tobias; Arabshahi, Arya. - ELETTRONICO. - (2020), pp. 179-197.
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