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Episode 39 | The Architecture of Stateless Nations, Pt. II

Alessandro Petti and Sandi Hilal discuss the details of how they work between the temporary and the permanent.

Episode 39 | The Architecture of Stateless Nations, Pt. II

About Decolonizing Architecture Art Residency
Palestine based Decolonizing Architecture Art Residency (DAAR) is an architectural studio and residency program that combines spatial interventions, theoretical writings and collective learning to address issues of colonization, conflict and displacement.

Focusing on issues of statelessness and representing the unrepresented, DAAR gathers architects, artists, activists, urbanists, film-makers, and curators to work collectively on the subjects of politics and architecture.

DAAR is a Curry Stone Foundation Social Design Circle Honoree. Read more about it here.


Social Design Insights would like to thank all those who make our weekly show possible: Baruch Zeichner, our Producer and Sound Engineer, Donna Read, for producing our video content, and Leah Freidenrich, Director of the Curry Stone Foundation. Our theme music for 2017 is "Sorry" by Comfort Fit. The break music is "The Poem of the Land" by Marcel Khalife from his album "The Fall of the Moon."