msdm a nomadic house-studio-gallery for photographic art and curatorial research, an expanded practice of the artist's book, photobook publishing and peer-to-peer collaboration created by contemporary artist paula roush

New photoworks commissioned by HS Projects a curatorial project reflecting on the haunting gap between 20th century modernist utopias and historical matrixes that have ripped apart modernist myths of progress. 5 Howick Place, London

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Participatory Architectures
(How to) Build Your Own Living Structures Collage photoworks synthetic linen inkjet prints stretched as hardcover book Installation, various dimensions Unbound exhibition | Herbert Read Gallery, University for the Creative Arts Canterbury

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Participatory Architectures
(How to) Build Your Own Living Structures Collage photoworks synthetic linen inkjet prints stretched as hardcover book Installation, various dimensions Unbound exhibition | Herbert Read Gallery, University for the Creative Arts Canterbury

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paula roush: Participatory architectures, exhibition views, Office sessions. London

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Participatory Architectures Collage photowork Laser print photo cut-out with construction bricks and archival cotton tying tape
 printed on newsprint paper 
38 cm x 29 cm

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Participatory Architectures
(How to) Build Your Own Living Structures Collage photoworks synthetic linen inkjet prints stretched as hardcover book Installation, various dimensions Unbound exhibition | Herbert Read Gallery, University for the Creative Arts Canterbury

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The past persists in the present in the form of a dream (Participatory Architectures, Memory, Revolution)
Newspaper work 12 pages, colour, newsprint paper 29cm ×38 cm 

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The past persists in the present in the form of a dream (Participatory Architectures, Memory, Revolution)
Newspaper work 12 pages, colour, newsprint paper 29cm ×38 cm 

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Participatory Architectures Collage photowork Laser print photo cut-out with construction bricks and archival cotton tying tape
printed on newsprint paper
38 cm x 29 cm

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Participatory Architectures Collage photowork Laser print photo cut-out with construction bricks and archival cotton tying tape
 printed on newsprint paper 
38 cm x 29 cm

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Participatory Architectures Collage photowork Laser print photo cut-out with construction bricks and archival cotton tying tape
 printed on newsprint paper 
38 cm x 29 cm

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Participatory Architectures Collage photowork Laser print photo cut-out with construction bricks and archival cotton tying tape
 printed on newsprint paper 
38 cm x 29 cm

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Participatory Architectures Collage photowork Laser print photo cut-out with construction bricks and archival cotton tying tape
 printed on newsprint paper 
38 cm x 29 cm

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Participatory Architectures Collage photowork Laser print photo cut-out with construction bricks and archival cotton tying tape
 printed on newsprint paper 
38 cm x 29 cm

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Participatory Architectures Collage photowork Laser print photo cut-out with construction bricks and archival cotton tying tape
 printed on newsprint paper 
38 cm x 29 cm

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Participatory Architectures Collage photowork Laser print photo cut-out with construction bricks and archival cotton tying tape
 printed on newsprint paper 
38 cm x 29 cm

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Participatory Architectures Collage photowork Laser print photo cut-out with construction bricks and archival cotton tying tape
 printed on newsprint paper 
38 cm x 29 cm

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paula roush, Participatory Architectures at the Paradigm Store exhibition, commissioned by HS Projects, 5 Howick Place, London, 25 September – 5 November 2014.

paula roush, Participatory Architectures at the Paradigm Store exhibition, commissioned by HS Projects, 5 Howick Place, London., 25 September – 5 November 2014.

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participatory architectures
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.

 


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

Chaos of memories- Surviving archives and the ruins of history according to the found photo foundation

3rd Dimension Paradigm Store at Howick Place

Operacoes SAAL,  Alvaro Siza e a Persistencia de São Victor: Falhar, Falhar Novamente, Falhar Melhor
The past persists in the present in the form of a dream (participatory architectures, archive and revolution)