Sanz Serif, a makeshift nickname earned as a result of my typographic likes, is the umbrella under which I present the diverse facets of my work: academic research on architecture and urbanism, design speculations, graphic design, curatorial and editorial work, and writings developed individually or collaborately, in institutional settings or independently.

Current focus: Workscapes.

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Wednesday
Jul182018

Useful Life / Interview with JaJaJaNeeNeeNee and Failed Architecture [interview]

In the context of our presentation on Automated Landscapes and #OFFICE, Marten Kuijpers and myself were interviewed in Venice by René Boer and Arif Kornweitz for the podcast series Useful Life

This series of dialogues explores the multi-faceted effects of automation processes on the organisation of work, the freedom of bodies and the nature of the spaces they inhabit. One of the premises of the debates around the impact of automation is that these processes render (non)-human bodies and spaces obsolete. Yet automation processes may also revitalise those entities or create new ones. In unscripted gatherings that infiltrated the Dutch Pavilion during the Biennale’s opening days, René Boer and Arif Kornweitz explored these questions together with participants and guests. The conversations, recorded and available as a podcast series on the websites of Het Nieuwe Instituut, Creative Industries Fund NL and Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee, capture the energy, dynamism and wealth of ideas circulating during the opening days of the Dutch Pavilion.

Photo: René Boer

 

 


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