The latest publication by Precarious Workers Brigade that provides a pedagogical framework that assists students and others in deconstructing dominant narratives around work, employability and careers, and explores alternative ways of engaging with work and the economy. Designed together with other participants of Evening Class. Free PDF-download available here.
Research on visual identity of a place within a multi-phase investigation by Moscow-based artist Anastasia Ryabova. The object of the investigation is the process of creating form from the material of the city. The Star Road was first laid out in 2013 in the Italian city of Biella. In 2016 the experiment on building the road is held in Moscow.
Arts Collaboratory is a platform for transnational exchange and cooperation made up of over 20 arts organizations from Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East. Website programmed by Artur Turkuli.
Entanglement is one of long-term research projects for CasCo that experiments with diagrammatic visualizations of a multitude of inter-human, non-human relations and pathways generated by art and art institutional practices. As a part of Biennale in Jakarta, an installation/alternative map was created. It aimed to understand space through art and the effects of art institutions.
A research project initiated by CasCo — Office for Art, Design and Theory, inspired by various artistic practices and urban geographical investigation resulting into a website. Website programmed by Asger Behncke Jacobsen.
“Where are we going, Walt Whitman?” is a Studium Generale plan for 2012-2013, a theory program at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie. The programm consisted of eight weeks of lectures and one week conference. The identity developed accordingly and included many different instruments.
Greeting cards made for Weesperflat series. A project about a student house built by prominent Dutch architect Herman Hertzberger. The series resulted in the publications and events around the social and political changes that building has faced since 1966.
An article by Irénée Scalbert about famous british architect James Stirling made into a publication.