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“Irrespective of whether it is realized or not, every project presents a unique vision of the future that it is itself fascinating and instructive. Frequently however, many of the project proposals that our civilization is costantly producing are lost or

unrealized projects

“Irrespective of whether it is realized or not, every project presents a unique vision of the future that it is itself fascinating and instructive. Frequently however, many of the project proposals that our civilization is costantly producing are lost or

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27.10 – 05.01 \ 2012 — 2013 Becky Beasley The Man Nobody Could Lift @ Fundação Leal Rios \ Lisboa      

The man nobody could lift

27.10 – 05.01 \ 2012 — 2013 Becky Beasley The Man Nobody Could Lift @ Fundação Leal Rios \ Lisboa      

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(@ CHERT, Berlin) Utopia is a non-place, a good-place. Utopia is defined as an idyllic society with a legal system and socio-political ideals, a society living in harmony, between geographical dislocation and intellectual positivism. Many have been and will be,

UTOPIAS ARE FOR BIRDS

(@ CHERT, Berlin) Utopia is a non-place, a good-place. Utopia is defined as an idyllic society with a legal system and socio-political ideals, a society living in harmony, between geographical dislocation and intellectual positivism. Many have been and will be,

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Graphic Design in the White Cube by Peter Biľak   (Graphic magazine #11 – cover) (Essay accompanying the exhibition Graphic Design in the White Cube during the 22nd International Biennale of Graphic Design Brno 2006. Nineteen designers and collectives were

Savage Objects, ed. by Godofredo Pereira

  Synopsis What is to be gained by arguing that objects speak? What do recent turns to the non-human and to things have in common? And what conflicts are emerging within the apparently consensual removal of the human from the

Savage Objects, ed. by Godofredo Pereira

  Synopsis What is to be gained by arguing that objects speak? What do recent turns to the non-human and to things have in common? And what conflicts are emerging within the apparently consensual removal of the human from the