Rethinking Border Zones As Potential For Political Creativity

At reSITE 2017: In/visible City conference the audience had a unique opportunity to listen to Teddy Cruz‘s manifesto like lecture in which he made very bold statements on today’s social and political issues that embedded in the planning of border zones. He underlined the fact that “Political neutrality is a complicity that has perpetuated many institutions today. Yet to remain neutral to today’s social and political crises, in fact, is ethically and morally wrong.” And, we could’t agree more!

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