Urban affects

A collection of images and thoughts on design, aesthetics and performative urban culture.
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The Camp Is the World: Connecting the Occupy Movements and the Spanish May 15th Movement

" Rather than reproducing the logic of the traditional “sit-in,” these occupations quickly turned to the construction of miniature models of the society that the movement wanted to create — prefiguring the world while simultaneously creating it. The territory occupied was geographic, but only so as to open other ways of doing and being together. It is not the specific place that is the issue, but what happens in it."

(Source: planetsedge)

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