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THE FUNAMBULIST 05. DESIGN & RACISM

Politics of Space and Bodies - May-June 2016

Uitgever:THE FUNAMBULIST

  • Paperback
  • Engels
  • 60 pagina's
  • 1 mei 2016

The fifth issue of The Funambulist Magazine is dedicated to a tremendously important topic that had been an underlying theme of many articles in the four first issues, but embraces here its entire primacy: the relationship between design and racism. Design tends to crystallize and reinforce the normative relationships between bodies in a given society, often to the point of materializing racist political programs. The issue is composed of articles, interview and projects describing the active contribution of design to structural racism in Palestine, the United States, France, South Africa, and Europe.

The fifth issue of The Funambulist Magazine is dedicated to a tremendously important topic that had been an underlying theme of many articles in the four first issues, but embraces here its entire primacy: the relationship between design and racism. Design tends to crystallize and reinforce the normative relationships between bodies in a given society, often to the point of materializing racist political programs. The issue is composed of articles, interview and projects describing the active contribution of design to structural racism in Palestine, the United States, France, South Africa, and Europe.

CONTENT

THE KEYS TO RETURN: INHERITING LOSSES AND NARRATIVES, Sinthujan Varatharajah
FROM URBAN TRANSFORMATION TO URBAN WARFARE, Yaşar Adnan Adanalı
FROM THE BLOG: MOLENBEEK, Léopold Lambert

DESIGN & RACISM
INTRODUCTION, Léopold Lambert
SLAVE SHIPS: HUMAN COMMODITIES, FLOATING DUNGEONS AND CHIMERAL MANIFESTATIONS, Eze Imade Eribo
OFF THE RESERVATION: LAKOTA LIFE AND DEATH IN RAPID CITY, SOUTH DAKOTA, Nick Estes
CALAIS: CONTAINMENT POLITICS IN THE “JUNGLE”, Miriam Ticktin
APARTHEID: THE DESIGN OF RACISM IN SOUTH AFRICA, Lwandile Fikeni
STUDENTS: MINING COMPOUNDS, Claire Lubell
GAZA: HUMAN SHIELDS, RACE, AND THE LEGAL ARCHITECTURE OF CONTEMPORARY LIBERAL WARS, Nicola Perugini & Neve Gordon
ARCHIPELAGO: THE DESIGN OF FRENCH STRUCTURAL RACISM, Nacira Guénif-Souilamas
CASE STUDY: APARTHEID TERRITORY IN PALESTINE
STUDENTS: FREEDOM VILLAGE RESEARCH INSTITUTE, Alicia Olushola Ajayi
STUDENTS: BLACK MOLD IN U.S. PUBLIC HOUSING, Whitney Hansley
STUDENTS: MIRRORING DISPARITY, Melisa Betts

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