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Español! I, Johnathan Peña, am an imposter syndrome infected black sheep who hosts the bilingual radio show: Mission Intruismo. The mission of this show is to help black sheep like us redefine the narrative of our lives, by connecting us to the stories, kingdom principles, and mindset needed to reclaim the sense of identity, purpose, and belonging we have always yearned. If you are tired of being marginalized by society, your family, & your mindset, and are further seeking existential growth ...
 
Failed Architecture is a podcast on architecture and the real world. By opening up new perspectives on the built environment, we seek to explore the meaning of architecture in contemporary society. FA challenges dominant spatial fashions and explores alternative realities, reaching far beyond the architectural community. We combine personal stories with research and reflection, always remaining committed to the idea that architecture is about social justice and climate justice, pop culture a ...
 
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On June 8th 2020, architecture and design organisations joined countless others to mark their alignment with the Black Lives Matter protest movement by responding to the hashtag BlackoutTuesday with a black square. For the most part, their anti-racist commitment started and ended there. At the same time, however, the initial meetings of Design As P…
 
The term Black Sheep has had a negative connotation for as long as it has existed, but the fact of the matter is that it is a superpower if you know how to leverage it. ALL of the world's most prominent figures that we know, ARE/WERE Black Sheep. This episode will give you some foundations from which to gain a deeper understanding of the term Black…
 
El término Oveja Negra ha tenido una connotación negativa desde que existe, pero el hecho es que es un super poder si sabes cómo aprovecharlo. TODAS las figuras más prominentes del mundo que conocemos, SON / ERAN Ovejas Negras. Este episodio te dará algunas bases para obtener una comprensión más profunda del término Oveja Negra y formas de aprovech…
 
We’ve reached the final instalment of interviews with the participants of the Stories on Earth project, an experiment that brings together spatial designers and writers to devise new spatial narratives that accommodate the inherent interrelationship between humans and the non-human. Together, these artists have crafted three stories that open up th…
 
We continue our coverage of Stories on Earth, an experiment that brings together spatial designers and writers to devise new spatial narratives that accommodate the inherent interrelationship between humans and the non-human. Together, these artists have crafted three stories that open up the possibility of imagining radically different worldviews,…
 
We continue our coverage of Stories on Earth, an experiment that brings together spatial designers and writers to devise new spatial narratives that accommodate the inherent interrelationship between humans and the non-human. Together, these artists have crafted three stories that open up the possibility of imagining radically different worldviews,…
 
Stories on Earth is an experiment that brings together spatial designers and writers to devise new spatial narratives that accommodate the inherent interrelationship between humans and the non-human. Together, these artists have crafted three stories that open up the possibility of imagining radically different worldviews, challenging society’s pre…
 
Para este Breezeblock (el primero en español) la editora María Mazzanti habló con Juan Corcione, publicista y académico colombiano que trabaja sobre cultura visual, teorías de la imagen y políticas del placer y el ocio. Juan ha venido reflexionando sobre las protestas masivas en Colombia que empezaron el 28 de Abril de 2021. En el podcast, Juan y M…
 
En medio de las masivas protestas sin precedentes que estallaron en Colombia el 28 de abril, el equipo de Failed Architecture conversó con Temblores. Esta ONG ha liderado el llamado a la reforma policial y ha abogado fuertemente por comunidades históricamente marginadas cuyo derecho a acceder y habitar espacios públicos ha sido persistentemente neg…
 
This spring, FA initiated ‘Situations’, an event series aiming to take critical reflections on architecture and space from the digital realm to the real world. Breezeblock #21 was recorded shortly after the second Situation ‘Swarming the Red Light District With Sound’, when our editor René Boer hosted a conversation with some of the organisers and …
 
For Breezeblock #20, FA NYC editor Michael Nicholas spoke to Andi Schmied, whose book Private Views documents her experiences being shown around high-rise luxury apartments in New York disguised as a Hungarian billionaire. Through transcripts of conversations with brokers, photos of views not intended to be seen by the public, and a number of essay…
 
Local government budgets were among the first to be hit by austerity measures imposed by the UK government after the global financial crisis of the late 2000s. With seemingly little room for manoeuvre, councils were forced to close libraries and community centres, sell off their fixed assets, and outsource social care, catering, park maintenance an…
 
For Breezeblock #18, FA organiser René Boer talks to the founders of Radio Alhara, architects Elias and Yousef Anastas, on the one year anniversary of their radio project. It was launched in Bethlehem at the start of the global lockdown and by now has become a sonic public space reaching well beyond the confines of Palestine.…
 
In this follow-up of Breezeblock #15, FA editors Michael Nicholas, Kevin Rogan, and Joshua McWhirter dive into the weird world of traditional architecture revivalism, or ‘trad arch’ for short. Where the first part of this discussion focused on a critique of the intellectual undercurrents of the trad arch movement, here, the editors explore how the …
 
A few weeks ago, Yale Architecture professor Keller Easterling penned an article titled ‘On Political Temperament’, which became the subject of heated conversation about the role of architecture theory in discussions of politics. In response, Marianela D’Aprile wrote ‘Not Everything is Architecture’ for Common Edge. For Breezeblock #16, FA editor M…
 
In this first installment of a two-part episode, FA editors Michael Nicholas, Kevin Rogan and Joshua McWhirter discuss the weird world of traditional architecture revivalism, or ‘trad architecture’ for short. Starting with a critique of pop philosopher Alain de Botton’s recent article ‘Why is the Modern World so Ugly?’, the three editors examine th…
 
Last week members of trade union United Voices of the World — Section Architectural Workers (UVW SAW), walked out of two architectural offices over COVID-19 safety concerns. For Breezeblock #14, FA’s Charlie Clemoes interviewed UVW SAW elected organiser Keri Monaghan to discuss the strike, the recent work of UVW SAW in its first year as a union, an…
 
FA editor Joshua McWhirter speaks to Jilly Traganou, editor of the recently published book ‘Design and Political Dissent: Spaces, Visuals, Materialities’. Near the end of a year filled with mass protests on streets across the United States and the world, Jilly talks about some of the book’s themes and their significance during a moment when many ar…
 
In the 12th Breezeblock episode, FA editors Charlie Clemoes and René Boer discuss the future of De Wallen (aka Amsterdam’s Red Light District), which is under increasing threat from the so-called “smooth city”: the safe, clean, well-functioning and homogenous urban environment that has been taking over cities around the world in the past few decade…
 
Breezeblock #10 acknowledges that land reparations have remained largely unaddressed by the architecture profession, despite the glaring adjacency of building, landscape, and planning to land and the colonial concept of property. What do land reparations really mean for the many communities who have been harmed in different ways by white supremacy?…
 
Breezeblock #9 departs from the fact that in the early days of the protests following the death of George Floyd the Philadelphia Inquirer published a cover story written by Inga Saffron whose headline made the infamous claim that “Buildings Matter, Too”. Responding to the article, our editors Bassem Saad and Kevin Rogan discuss the value of looting…
 
For Breezeblock #6, FA’s founding editor Michiel van Iersel and architect Anne Dessing discuss the Swedish city of Kiruna with Carlos Mínguez Carrasco, curator of the exhibition Kiruna Forever at ArkDes Sweden’s National Centre for Architecture and Design. Kiruna is experiencing one of the biggest urban transformation projects in recent history. Th…
 
In Breezeblock #4, FA editor Charlie Clemoes talks to Los Angeles Tenants’ Union (LATU) organiser Sasha Plotnikova about the situation for tenants in LA amid the current Covid-19 pandemic crisis, as well as discussing the organising efforts of LATU in recent years, the prospects for a permanent rent strike, and how to get involved in tenant organis…
 
Paris’ famous Louvre Museum was forever transformed in Summer 2018 when it was spectacularly appropriated by megastar power couple Beyoncé and Jay-Z, by way of a music video for their single “Apeshit”. Timed to coincide with Everything is Love, their surprise joint album as The Carters, the video saw the couple, and Beyoncé in particular, performin…
 
El periodista y dibujante de cómics Joe Sacco estuvo en Chile participando en el VII Encuentro de Ilustración y Cómic en La Reina. Su visita coincidió con la revuelta social en nuestro país, la que documentó para realizar un reportaje sobre la crisis del neoliberalismo a nivel global.
 
Conversamos con Marcela Aguilar sobre su última publicación, "La era de la crónica" (Ediciones UC, 2019), una investigación que analiza textualmente un corpus de crónicas latinoamericanas —de autores como Leila Guerriero o Martín Caparrós— y que también observa los discursos en torno a este ¿género? del periodismo escrito.…
 
El año 2018 se publicó "Hay un mundo en otra parte" (Literatura Random House) de Gonzalo Maier, un libro que reúne distintos relatos articulados por la digresión, los desvaríos, las salidas de camino y los retornos y vueltas en U. Conversamos con Gonzalo sobre la escritura de estos textos, su fascinación por los objetos y sobre el tipo de narrador …
 
La obra de la escritora Claudia Apablaza transita entre los mundos virtuales, la autoficción y el silencio de la soledad. El 2005 ganó el concurso de cuentos Paula y desde entonces ha publicado en distintas editoriales en Chile, México y España. Ahora, el 2017, publica con Ediciones B "Diario de quedar embarazada", un texto que despliega una prosa …
 
El año 2011 el escritor Daniel Hidalgo publicó "Canciones punk para señoritas autodestructivas", un volumen de cuentos que describía con crudeza la otra cara de Valparaíso. En esas páginas se leían historias de amores perversos, violencia infantil y atracos desesperados e inconclusos. Ahora, a través de Editorial Estruendomudo, aparece una nueva ed…
 
Nuestro colaborador Tomás Peters rescató un audio inédito: la presentación de la traducción al inglés de "Nocturno de Chile" ("By Night in Chile", translated by Chris Andrews), de Roberto Bolaño, realizada en marzo de 2003 por el Instituto Cervantes de Londres y la Editorial Harvill. La transcripción de ese evento fue publicada en un artículo de la…
 
El ilustrador español Pablo Amargo —Licenciado en Bellas Artes y Premio Nacional de Ilustración en España— colabora regularmente en prestigiosos medios de comunicación. Es en los libros, sin embargo, en los que se exige particularmente. Ha ilustrado más de 10 títulos, que pueden ser disfrutados por todas las edades. El más premiado es Casualidad (B…
 
La han descrito como la "escritora militante" por sus firmes posiciones en torno al feminismo. Su primer libro es un volumen de cuentos cuyas protagonistas se enfrentan al desamor, las diferencias de clase y los problemas familiares. Pero Arelis también escribe desde la vereda de la no ficción. ¿Cómo concilia ambas dimensiones? La música de este po…
 
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