A special issue of BOOM California, with contributions from Walter Hood, Mike Davis, Dana Cuff, Susan Moffat, Jennifer Wolch, and more.
An open-ended inquiry into the human condition in the built environment through the interdisciplinary tools of urban studies and collaborative ethos of design practice. Developed from the 2015 Global Urban Humanities Research Studio. By Margaret Crawford and Winnie Wong.
Out of the Global Urban Humanities Fall 2014 studio– co-taught by Margaret Crawford and Anne Walsh– comes a new publication documenting these projects, also titled No Cruising. Student essays are accompanied by rich images of urban life, archival materials, and maps that reflect the social, political, cultural, and environmental histories that shape current experiences of movement and entrapment within the city infrastructure. These projects upend dominant myths of the city (spoiler alert: people do walk!) and disturb established spatial arrangements through performance and imagined design.
Urban Pilgrimage: Spring 2015
A special Global Urban Humanities Initiative issue of Room One Thousand exploring cities and itineraries.
pARTicipatory Urbanisms: Fall 2015
An experimental web-based publication exploring art and activism in public spaces.
EXHIBITS & Exhibitions
An upcoming exhibition associated with the Art+Village+City in the Pearl River Delta Spring 2015 research studio.
Part of the group exhibit Refuge in Refuse: Homesteading Art and Culture Project.
An online exhibit associated with the Mapping and Its Discontents symposium.