The Political Voice
Published by Theatrum Mundi
Edited by &Beyond Collective
To be politically engaged is to have one’s voice ‘heard’. How and where, though, does this hearing happen? Whose voices are heard, in the street and on the political stage? How are architecture and urban space used to amplify or even silence different voices.
Contributors: John Bingham-Hall, Fabien Cante, Grégoire Chelkoff , Ella Finer, Tom Gooch, Eleni Ikoniadou, Kareem Al Kabbani and Tom Western, Alexandra Lacroix, Duncan MacLeod, Gascia Ouzounian, Jonathan Packham, Saskia Sassen, Eric de Visscher.