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Locked doors.

    Three diptychs inspired by the pandemic consequences, and how social distancing undermines cultural sensitivity. Seen as an adjustment variable of budgetary policies, cultural capabilities are… Read More »Locked doors.


      Adaptation cannot be understood without resilience thinking. Inventing new environments enabling to bounce forward cannot be done without the willingness to reconsider prevailing urbanism logics… Read More »Ephemerality.

      Urban fugues.

        Urban fugues, as an ode to the contribution of cultural heritage to resilience, challenge the assumption of a (post) pandemic urban fear depopulating the city.… Read More »Urban fugues.

        At the edge.

          What are museums for? How committed are they to the commons? Do they value members of their community? What is the meaning of culture? Is… Read More »At the edge.

          Walking by.

            Photographing urban spaces helps to understand that a city is a place where conceiving and living may confront each other when the sense of resilience… Read More »Walking by.

            Bouncing forward.

              Reconsidering the systemic bias generated by our current models, opens the field to inclusivity and sense of care. Conflictual developments due to unsustainable behaviors question… Read More »Bouncing forward.


                Our inability to understand the threats of adaptation without transformation constantly increases the risk of critical tipping points ( Growing vulnerabilities path the way to disasters… Read More »Chaos.