(participatory architectures, archive and revolution)



The past persists in the present in the form of a dream (participatory architectures, archive and revolution)
installation with photography, archive, architectural materials and newspaper, 2012-14

outdated remains of a 20th century architectural utopia, a village developed as part of national housing projecte code-named SAAL, the experimental programme of peoples’ right to place emerged in the short experience of participatory democracy during the Portuguese revolution


exhibited in:

Paradigm Store, 5 Howick Place, London, Sept-November 2014

Seismopolite journal of Art and Politics (issue 3: Reimagining the political geography of “place” and “space”)

Arles Photography Open Salon, An Eye for an Ear, Galerie Huit, 2012

Brighton Photo Biennial 12 Photobook show at Brighton’s Jubilee Library throughout the Biennial (6 October – 4 November 2012)

Urban Dreams at the CCA, October 2012, Bulgaria

Brighton Photo Fringe, Phoenix Brighton, 6-11 November 2012

Guatephoto, Guatemala City, November 2012

This Is Not A Gateway Festival, Bishopsgate Institute, London, January 2013

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12 pages, colour, digital print, 29cm ×38 cm €7 [includes postage]