Welcome to the Agit Arch Outpost! This space contains tests and mockups for broadcasts on three broad topics: Citizenship, Clickbait Politics, and Populism. In producing them we were aided by several interlocutors over three Agit Arch workshops this fall: Mimi Zeiger, Ann Lui, and Luke Bulman. Join us in thinking about the protocols and costs of belonging, borders and freedom.
As part of a workshop led by Luke Bulman, students collected, formatted, and broadcasted images through the medium of the book.
#metoo, #notourwall, #blacklivesmatter, #solarpunk. What are you committed to changing?
@realkinn is a collectively voiced and performed avatar for speculating on acts of kinning in digital worlds.
Borrowing the abstract visual language of free trade zone maps, This exercise explores the shapes of the United States through other zones of freedom.
Identities are established, allegiances revealed, common traits discovered, and divergences divulged, as players compete for cards.
The Critical Broadcasting Lab is compelled to present Agit Arch, a series of micro exhibitions that instigate discussion and aim to critique and probe contemporary architecture and its political haunts.