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The covid-19 pandemic can help us moving from denying death to finding new, more open and more public ways to deal with the end of life, writes @gsappDeathLAB
In @ArchReview

https://www.architectural-review.com/essays/death/living-death-confronting-mortality-and-associated-practices-of-care

‘Communities seek compatible ways to integrate this enigmatic event, death, into the fabric of life’ Karla Rothstein and Christina Staudt on care at the end of life and after death @gsappDeathLAB https://www.architectural-review.com/essays/death/living-death-confronting-mortality-and-associated-practices-of-care

‘Communities seek compatible ways to integrate this enigmatic event, death, into the fabric of life’ Karla Rothstein and Christina Staudt on care at the end of life and after death @gsappDeathLAB https://www.architectural-review.com/essays/death/living-death-confronting-mortality-and-associated-practices-of-care

Thanks @ArchReview for inviting us to contribute to your issue on Care, and including our essay among excellent company in AR Reading List 050: death https://www.architectural-review.com/archive/reading-lists/ar-reading-list-050-death @ColumbiaGSAPP

"architecture doesn’t always do well in reckoning with its own reality."

Read an interview with @NegroBuilding (MF 10, 17) about the new exhibition she co-organized at @MuseumModernArt, “Reconstructions: Architecture and Blackness in America”: https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/story/2021-03-19/racism-in-architecture-moca-show-on-race-by-mabel-wilson

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