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Critical Spatial Practice

Book Series

Type: Research

CSP Sternberg Press

Credits
  • Edited by: Nikolaus Hirsch, Markus Miessen
  • Design by: Zak Group
  • Photography: Brotherton–Lock

 

The editors Nikolaus Hirsch and Markus Miessen invited protagonists from the fields of architecture, art, philosophy, and literature to reflect on the single question of what, today, can be understood as a critical modality of spatial practice. The six editions of "Critical Spatial Practice" include contributions of Chantal Mouffe, Beatriz Colomina, Keller Easterling, Mark von Schlegell and Eyal Weizman. At the Kunstverein in Hamburg Hirsch and Miessen will point at the question and problematic of whether architecture and our physical environment can still be understood as a res publica.

Critical Spatial Practice 1: What Is Critical Spatial Practice? edited by Nikolaus Hirsch and Markus Miessen

Critical Spatial Practice 2: The Space of Agonism, Markus Miessen in coversation with Chantal Mouffe

Critical Spatial Practice 3: Manifesto Architecture: The Ghost of Mies by Beatriz Colomina

Critical Spatial Practice 4: Subtraction by Keller Easterling

Critical Spatial Practice 5: Ickles, Etc. by Mark von Schlegell

Critical Spatial Practice 6: The Roundabout Revolutions by Eyal Weizman

Critical Spatial Practice 7: Bernard Rudofsky In The Empire Of Signs by Felicity Scott

Critical Spatial Practice 8: The Proposal by Jill Magid

Critical Spatial Practice 9: Displacements: Architecture and Refugee by Andrew Herscher