Interview to Nerea Calvillo by Genoveva Ruiz Carrión.
Paper “Data intimacies: Building infrastructures for intensified embodied encounters with air pollution” by Nerea Calvillo & Emma Garnett, for the monograph Intimate Entanglements, co-edited by Joanna Latimer and Daniel López Gómez.
Text “Particular Sensibilities” by Nerea Calvillo for the Accumulation series, curated by Daniel Barber.
Text “Inviting Atmospheres to the Architecture Table” by Nerea Calvillo for Inventing the Social, co-edited by Noortje Marres, Michael Guggenheim, Alex Wilkie
“How to reclaim the Air” by Nerea Calvillo, as part of a collection of guides to promote the understanding of common goods, addressed mostly to high school students. Promoted by the Spanish Ministery of Education.
Yellow Dust is featured in the article “The art of denunciation: nine installations that rocked 2017” by Daniela Freibergof the first issue of Ness, a magazine on Architecture, life and Urban Culture. Argentina.
Our special issue on Toxic Politics is out!
“One of the goals of this special issue is to move concepts of toxicity away from fetishized and evidentiary regimes premised on wayward molecules behaving badly, so that toxicity can be understood in terms of reproductions of power and justice. The second goal is to move politics in a diversity of directions that can texture and expand concepts of agency and action in a permanently polluted world”.
Thanks Mario Suárez for this great interview published in Retina (El Pais)! Revista Retina #02 / Entorno. Nerea Calvillo: la mujer que juega con el viento.
C + arquitectas present an open source infrastructure at the Seoul Architecture Biennale.
Our special issue “Practicing, Materializing and Contesting Environmental Data” ,Big Data and Society is out! Image: Zapped, Preemptive Media 2005.
Yey! Our article “Water and air: Territories, tactics, and the elemental textility of urban cosmopolitics” (with Manuel Tironi) published in Urban Cosmopolitics, edited by Ignacio Farias and Anders Blok, and with fantastic contributions by Isaak Marregui, Adolfo Estalella and Alberto Corsin Jimenez, among others.
Happy to share the article “In the Political Laboratory: Kurt Lewin’s Atmospheres” that Nerea Calvillo wrote with Javier Lezaun, Thanks Alberto Corsin Jimenez!
Curated by Ariadna Cantis for Instituto Cervantes.
Finally received the last Arquitectura Viva issue (149), with our brief overview to smart cities as part of our Milgram Group (@Orit Halpern, Jesse LeCavalier, Wolfgang Pietch and myself) research. It also features In the Air, and a great article by Iván López Munuera on collectives. Thank you Lys Villalba!
Finally! The book “Urban Media Cultures” has been published with our article “Media Structures, Prototypes and Collective Prosthesis”. Thank you Susa Pop! It looks amazing.
Our article “The affective Mesh: Air Components 3D visualisation as a research and communication tool ” has been published in the last issue of Parsons Journal for Information Mapping. Check out the whole issue!
The Periscope House certainly has a sense of humor.