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Iñaki Gracenea, Arantza Santesteban, Antonio Giráldez, Marina Otero eta Joseba Zulaikaren mahai inguruak = Mesas redondas con Iñaki Gracenea, Arantza Santesteban, Antonio Giráldez, Marina Otero y Joseba Zulaika = Round tables with Iñaki Gracenea, Arantza Santesteban, Antonio Giráldez, Marina Otero and Joseba Zulaika

2018-05-05 / 2018-05-05 Z Hall < Tabakalera < San Sebastián < Gipuzkoa

Image: prison cells for Reno County Correctional Facility.

The second public session of the Geographies and Forms of Powerresearch project is an extension of the one carried out in November, where architecture is observed as a constructive entity that exerts violence on bodies. On this occasion, the invisible lines that are established between spatial and territorial decisions as a form of power and control and their consequences for bodies will be drawn. 

 

11:00-14:00. Round table

Speakers: Iñaki Gracenea, Arantza Santesteban and Antonio Giráldez.
“In-corporated” architecture. The silent and invisible violences exerted by architecture are permeable and powerful, and act on our bodies. How can we name them, represent them and make them visible? How do they operate and condition our everyday lives and perception of the urban and cohabitational space?

 

16:00 -19:00. Round table

Speakers: Marina Otero and Joseba Zulaika.
The territory is a space of conquest to exert control and power. It is also the best reflection of policies based on large infrastructures and new technologies that create maps of power and different forms of violence at all scales of our lives.

Organizer : Tabakalera - Proiektu artistikoak

Protagonists : Iñaki Gracenea, Arantza Santesteban Pérez, Antonio Giráldez López, Marina Otero Verzier, Joseba Zulaika

Tags : Round table, Architecture, City, Iñaki Gracenea, Arantza Santesteban Perez, Annea Lockwood, Marina Otero, Joseba Zulaika

Activity

 City and other policies : geographies and forms of power (II)

Documents

  •  City and other policies : Antonio Giráldez
  •  City and other policies : Iñaki Gracenea