18 Camp for Oppositional Architecture: Theorizing Architectural Resistance
„Without revolutionary theory there can be no revolutionary movement. This idea cannot be insisted upon too strongly at a time when the fashionable preaching of opportunism goes hand in hand with an infatuation for the narrowest forms of practical activity.“ (Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: What Is To Be Done? Burning Questions of our Movement, 1902)

September 2007
122 p, illustr. b/w, english

with contributions by:

Tatjana Schneider and Jeremy Till / Amanda Schachter and Alexander Levi / Maria Theodorou / Miguel Robles-Duran / Craig Buckley / Ole W. Fischer / BAVO / Elisabeth Blum / Markus Miessen / Ava Bromberg / Robert Burghardt and Johannes Raether / Stefan Canham / Aysen Ciravoglu, Zuhre Sozeri, and Emre Torbaoglu / Pilar Echavarria / Eva Egermann and Christina Linortner / Lisa Euler and Maria del Pilar Cañamero / Lars Fischer / Institute for Advanced Architecture and Scott Rigby / Basekamp / Cheryl Gallaway / Marius Grønning / Florian Haydn, Mirko Pogoreutz, and Georg Böhm / Jorge Mario Jáuregui / Dennis Kaspori / Clive R. Knights / Maria Cecilia Loschiavo dos Santos / Eoghan McTigue / Timothy Moore / public works, Andreas Lang / Michael Sander / Antonio Scarponi / Tijana Stevanovic and Inga Zimprich / Oscar Tuazon / Alison Wolanski

The Camp for Oppositional Architecture 2006 was hosted by and organized together with Casco, Office for Art, Design and Theory.

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