Feminist Politics and Poetics of Space, edited by Doina Petrescu, University of Sheffield, UK- Routledge
The practices discussed in this book constitute a multitude of gestures, figures and actions : "urban curating", "making space", "taking place", "urban cooking", "building while being in it", "drifting walls", "mapping invisible privileges", "confessional constructions", "stray sods". Together they form a piece of feminine textuality, a volume which is not divided into thematic sections but takes its shape from a "mise en relation entre des voix-femmes" in which each contribution negotiates its proximity to the others. The contributions from architects, artists, cultural theorists and activists from different generations and a wide range of practices and fields of research are international in scope and combine to challenge traditional disciplinary and cultural boundaries.
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