By Ines Weizman
Architecture and the ambiguity of Dissidence maps out and expands upon the methodologies of architectural motion and reinvigorates the concept that of dissent in the architectural box. It expands the inspiration of dissidence to different related practices and methods of resistance, in various ancient and geographical contexts.The booklet also discusses how the gestures and strategies of previous struggles, in addition to ‘dilemmas’ of operating in politically suppressive regimes, may help to notify these of today.
This selection of essays from specialist students demonstrates the a number of responses to this topic, the capability and risks of dissidence, and hence constructs a strong lexicon of innovations that would element to attainable methods ahead for politically and theoretically dedicated architects and practitioners.
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