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ATLAS: Geography, Architecture and Change in an Interdependent World

edited by Renata Tyszczuk ... [et al.]
Format
Book
Published
London : Black Dog Pub., c2012.
Language
English
ISBN
9781907317392, 1907317392
Abstract
"With this ATLAS we are attempting to offer some means of navigating present and near-future challenges and to find ways of describing and responding to humanity's state of ecological, economic and cultural interdependence"--P. 4.
Contents
  • A map they could all understand / Joe Smith, Renata Tyszczuk, Nigel Clark
  • Mappa Mundi / Renata Tyszczuk
  • "We don't have a survival kit..." / Renata Tyszczuk
  • Mapping news / Daniel Howden
  • Moving and shaking--mobility on a dynamic planet / Nigel Clark
  • Creating spaces of care / Parvati Raghuram, Joanna Bornat, Leroi Henry
  • Co-habiting the Earth / Kathryn Yusoff
  • Kurdistan in London / Nishat Awan
  • Creative disturbances in urban space / Melissa Butcher
  • Shelf life--post-socialism, food and the politics of sustainable consumption / Petr Jehlička, Joe Smith
  • R-urban resilience, Constantin Petcou, Doina Petrescu--atelier d'architecture autogérée
  • Changing cities / Clive Barnett
  • Museum of Ivor Goldblatt / David Goldblatt
  • Sitopia-resolving the urban paradox / Carolyn Steel
  • The power to make a difference / John Allen
  • Landscape/space/politics--an essay / Doreen Massey
  • Robinson in ruins / Patrick Keller
  • Human focused design-emotional intelligence / Dale Russell
  • See you later / Steve Russell
  • In good heart--the labours of the months / Alice Angus
  • An opportunity map for Köln-Ehrenfeld / Bohn & Viljoen Architects
  • Small global / D. Fuse
  • From 10,000 ft--Antarctic moonscape / Jean de Pomereu
  • The carbon map / James Marriott, Mika Minio-Paluello--Platform
  • Road map--other ways of thinking about auto-mobility / Joe Smith
  • Economy and ecology / Matthew Kurtz
  • On the magic bullet / Victoria Johnson, Andrew Simms
  • Future worlds--to-ing and fro-ing / Renata Tyszczuk
  • Interdependence UK_Open City / Studio Six-Architecture and Interdependence
  • Cartographic gestures / Michael Bravo, Claudio Aporta
  • What is puppet? / Blind Summit Theatre-Mark Down, Nick Barnes
  • Lost souls / Ackroyd & Harvey
  • The Carbon Map / Platform/UHC
  • Folkestonomy / Public Works
  • Making Portland works / Julia Udall
  • Feast on the bridge / Clare Patey --Anthropocene unconformity / Renata Tyszczuk
  • Earth landing / Renata Tyszczuk
  • Elephant movement in Laikipia, Kenya, July 2011 / Tobias Ochieng, Adams Kipkorir, Max Graham, Bill Adams
  • Elephant / Bill Adams
  • Global geographies of electronic waste / Jennifer Gabrys
  • Mutation-mapping in progress / Angela Last
  • Architecture / Lemn Sissay
  • A map they could all understand / Lewis Carroll
  • The interdependence day project / Joe Smith.
Description
175 p. : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 26 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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