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Protest Camps featured by the Canadian Centre for Architecture

CCA Says “The Protest Camps project, by Anna Feigenbaum, Fabian Frenzel, and Patrick McCurdy, looks at an increasingly visible typology of struggle in uprisings and social struggles around the world, from Tahrir Square to Syntagma Square, and from Puerta del Sol to … Continue reading

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Protest Camps Presents at SKOL in Montreal

On June 29, 2011 Anna Feigenbaum gave a presentation at SKOL in Montreal as part of Artivistic‘s dialogues programme. In a talk that linked our research collective’s work on infrastructures with the idea of ‘promiscuous infrastructures’ explored in Artivisitic’s residency, … Continue reading

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Protest Camps: a framework for understanding

Patrick McCurdy circulated our research collective’s response to Eric Kluitenberg’s post on The Tactics of Camping over <nettime> on July 1, 2011. In our preliminary framework for understanding Protest Camps we argue that protest camps must be seen–and studied–as a unique organisational … Continue reading

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