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Over the last three decades neoliberal ideology has irreversibly changed our political and economic reality. But what — if any — relationship exists between neoliberalism and our built environment? Is There (Anti-)Neoliberal Architecture? seeks to complement the prevailingly geographical and sociological approaches to neoliberalism by (re)addressing the subject from the specific perspective of architectural theory. The articles collected in the volume focus on various dimensions of the contemporary architecture-system including: architectural practice, disciplinary status, discourse, exemplary projects, theoretical concepts etc. The result offers a multifaceted picture of architecture in the era of neoliberalism and its crisis.
Contributions by Ole Fischer, Maria S. Giudici, Rixt Hoekstra, Tahl Kaminer, Ana Llorente, Olaf Pfeifer, Andreas Rumpfhuber, Ana Jeinić, Oliver Ziegenhardt, and Gideon Boie.
Ana Jeinic and Anselm Wagner: Introduction
1. Historical Origins and Perspectives
Ole W. Fischer: From Liquid Space to Solid Bodies
Architecture between Neoliberalism and Control Society
Andreas Rumpfhuber: Framing the Possible
Cybernetic Neoliberalism and the Architecture of Immaterial Labor
Tahl Kaminer: In the Search of Efficacy
Debate and Experimentation after May ´68
2. The End (and Return?) of Utopia and Critique
Ana Jeinic: Neoliberalism and the Crisis of the Project...
in Architecture and Beyond
Rixt Hoekstra: Neoliberalism and the Possibility of Critique
3. case studies
Maria S. Giudici: Education, Consumption, Reproduction
Three Cautionary Tales
Gideon Boie (BAVO): Architectural Asymmetries
Ana Llorente: Neoliberal Liaisons
Interactions between Architecture and Fashion in the Age of Creative Industries
Olaf Pfeifer: White as the Color of Neoliberalism
Oliver Ziegenhardt: Baukulturindustrie—A Polemic
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