Architecture and the arts have long been on the forefront of socio-spatial struggles, in which equality, access, representation and expression are at stake in our cities, communities and everyday lives. Feminist spatial practices contribute substantially to new forms of activism, expanding dialogues, engaging materialisms, transforming pedagogies, and projecting alternatives. Feminist Futures of Spatial Practice traces practical tools and theoretical dimensions, as well as temporalities, emergence, histories, events, durations – and futures – of feminist practices.
Authors include international practitioners, researchers, and educators, from architecture, the arts, art history, curating, cultural heritage studies, environmental sciences, futures studies, lm, visual communication, design and design theory, queer, intersectional and gender studies, political sciences, sociology, and urban planning. Established as well as emerging voices write critically from within their institutions, professions, and their activist, political and personal practices.
Feminist Futures of Spatial Practice deepens and broadens how we can understand and engage with different genders, bodies and peoples, diverse voices and forms of expression, alternative norms and ways of living together.
Edited by Meike Schalk, Thérèse Kristiansson, Ramia Mazé
Contributions by Mariana Alves Silva, Jenny Andreasson, Nishat Awan, Katarina Bonnevier, Karin Bradley, Sara Brolund de Carvalho, Brady Burroughs, Ragnhild Claesson, Yvonne P. Doderer, Macarena Dusant, Annika Enqvist, Maryam Fanni, Liza Fior, Hélène Frichot, Katja Grillner, Ulrika Gunnarsson-Östling, Sophie Handler, Nel Janssens, Elke Krasny, Thérèse Kristiansson, Anja Linna, Nina Lykke, Helena Mattsson, Ramia Mazé, Irene Molina, Ruth Morrow, Jane da Mosto, MYCKET, Doina Petrescu, Julieanna Preston, Rehearsals (Petra Bauer, Sofia Wiberg, Marius Dybwad Brandrud, Rebecka Thor), Helen Runting, Nora Räthzel, Meike Schalk, Despina Stratigakos, Kristoffer Svenberg, The New Beauty Council, Kim Trogal, and Josefin Wangel.
384 pages, 21 x 25 cm, softcover, ISBN 978-3-88778-489-8, English