The first reading session of “Feminist Futures of Spatial Practices” took place in the Laube in Prinzessinnengärten in July together with the authors Meike Schalk and Thérèse Kristiansson. The reading group was initiated by Elizabeth Calderon-Lüning from Common Grounds in ccoperation with the Nachbarschaftsakademie.
If you are interested in following the next reading sessions and getting the PDF of what we are reading, join our facebook group Feminist Futures of Spatial Practice – Summer 2017
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About: In architecture and the arts, feminist practices develop forms of activism, expand dialogue, engage materialisms, transform pedagogies and project alternatives. Forty contributors give examples, tools, and theories in FEMINIST FUTURES OF SPATIAL PRACTICE.
Diane Barbé and Alison Hugill co-host a live discussion following a recent reading group at Prinzessinnengarten, on the book ‘Feminist Futures of Spatial Practice’, with reading group co-organizer and lecturer at TU Berlin Rosario Talevi and two members of Paris-based architecture agency SERGE, Géraldine de Schrevel and Séréna Rolet.