” Nomadicity : The territory through many angles” is a virtual cartography. Found “pieces” that are shaping our territory are being posted, almost every day. Topics such as Urbanism, Architecture, Design, Art. From time to time also events and open calls from around the world are posted. Nomadicity is part of The Nomad Network.
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About the author: Evangelina Guerra Lujan is Founder and Director of The Nomad Network and OTUN Studio and was recently announced as the new director of the Urbanism and Public Space Design Department at Consorcio de Empresas de Ingeniería S.A. de C.V. , one of Mexico´s most prestigious company in the Urban Hydrahulic Infraestructure sector.

Her work has been published in various on-line and printed media such as Arquine Magazine, Quaderns , Entre Líneas , Orwellian (limited edition fanzine published by DPR Barcelona for Apple Store, Barcelona), MAS Context, Archdaily ,among others.

Evangelina is insatiably curious. Loves learning, books and nomadism.

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The Space of Agonism
Markus Miessen
What, today, can be understood as a critical modality of spatial practice? This question, and others, were posed to protagonists from the fields of architecture, art, philosophy, and literature by architectural theorists and curators Nikolaus Hirsch and Markus Miessen in September, 2011. The resulting 64 contributions in this inaugural volume of the Critical Spatial Practice series co presented by the Städelschule, were composed concurrently with the evictions of Occupy movements, sustained turmoil of the Arab Spring, and continued spasms in the global financial system. All point to the question of whether architecture can still be understood as a res publica. Each title in the series will include new work commissioned by invited artists here, the photographer Armin Linke.
From #Revolt to #Fashion : The #Pop Effect : Pussy Riot… Is that all there is? 
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The ARPA Journal : GSAPP ARPA | Applied Research Practices in Architecture via @ethel_baraona
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2do Congreso iberoamericano de jóvenes comprometidos con las ciudades.Del 19 al 21 de marzo 2014, #Guadalajara, #Jalisco, #México
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@LabPLC Laboratorio para la CiudadSesiones de azotea 003: Kickstarter como comunidad creativa, la revolución del fondeo colectivo
@MASContext 2014 Spring Talks
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@LeMouvement2014 : Performing the City / The City Performed  
“August 26 to August 31 2014
The city of Biel/Bienne is transformed into a dynamic space of performance with the involvement of over 20 international artists. Interpreted as social choreography, these performances test the ground of public space today.” 
August 30 until November 2 2014
Consisting of performance art on public ground of the past decades, a museum survey at Kunsthaus CentrePasquArt consolidates the past with the present.

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Manifest, Issue No. 2: Call for Proposals
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Sexuality & Space (Princeton Papers on Architecture)
Sexuality & Space’s interdisciplinary essays address gender in relation to architectural discourse and critical theory, focusing on the relationships between sexuality and space hidden within everyday practices. Contributors include Jennifer Bloomer, Victor Burgin, Beatriz Colomina, Elizabeth Grosz, Catherine Ingraham, Meaghan Morris, Laura Mulvey, Molly Nesbit, Alessandra Ponte, Lynn Spigel, Patricia White, and Mark Wigley.”A milestone in the evolving discourse of architectural history and criticism…. These essays raise crucial questions about design and the experience of architecture, and many attempt to engage … the rich critical literature of cultural studies”. — Alice T. Friedman, JSAH”Sexuality and Space is important, even necessary…. Both timely and well worth the time”. — Thomas Keenan, Newsline
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A project by Emilio Soto + The Nomad NetworkBased on The (New) Book of Questions | Associated Project Trienal de Arquitectura de Lisboa http://tnboq.tumblr.com/ SOON | 2014 
Short Course: Bartlett Springboard with Sir Peter Cook.