“As if they had always been there”
After the family homesteads have been seized, the villages disassembled, and the valleys drowned — decades after the reservoirs have all been built — what do the landscapes look like?
A Nation of Walls
An artist-activist catalogues the physical remnants and political legacies of “segregation walls,” unassuming bits of racist infrastructure that hide in plain sight in American neighborhoods.
Race, Space, and Architecture
What might be included in a decolonial pedagogy for architecture? An interactive, open-source curriculum offers some ideas.