Malkit Shoshan on How the City is a Shared Ground for the Instruments of War and Peace

18 May of 2016 by

Initial set-up, Camp Castor, Gao (Mali). Image © The Dutch Ministry of Defense

Can architects have a truly active role in pressing social problems? Malkit Shoshan, the curator of the Dutch Pavilion at the 2016 Venice Biennale, thinks so. Her career is evidence of this: advocating for the incorporation of a fourth ‘D’ in the criteria of the UN (Defence, Diplomacy and…

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