The Interventionist’s Toolkit

Mimi Zeiger tracks the emerging practices of what she describes as “provisional, opportunistic, ubiquitous, and odd tactics in guerrilla and DIY practice and urbanism.” Zeiger evaluates a loosely organized and evolving movement that deploys small-scale interventions — guerrilla gardens, seed bombs, mobile markets, inflatable shelters, etc. — to challenge the politics of market-driven urban development.

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