ISD lecturers Gonzalo and Jorge Valiante invited to take part in OCCUPIED exhibition, at RMIT Design Hub, in Melbourne.

Jorge Valiente was invited, together with one of his partners in Grandeza Studio (Amaia Sanchez) to participate in the conversation “Free Market Hangover: A lunch about what’s next in the urban dispute”, the last meal of NEVER DISCUSS POLITICS AT HOME, a project developed by TOMA for OCCUPIED exhibition, at RMIT Design Hub, in Melbourne.

Previously, Gonzalo Valiente was invited to participate in the conversation “Gentrification culture: A lunch against cappuccinos and cupcakes in cities”.

NEVER DISCUSS POLITICS AT HOME explores the domestic space and its capacity as a political stimuli through a collection of architectural TV shows, movies, magazines, newspapers, pictures, websites and books. The project, open for 2 months with a member of TOMA in residence (Leandro Cappetto) organizes one public meal per week to discuss the political conflicts of housing in the neoliberal city.

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