Communal Culture

March 2015
Editor: Eugenia Lim

Communal Culture takes an expansive and inspired look at collective and collaborative living – from the wintery depths of Scott Base, Antarctica, to the flood-prone community of sub-tropical Awaran, Pakistan; from DIY backyard bungalows to neighbourhood-defining architecture in Copenhagen. We explore biodiversity and environmental activism through the cross-species creativity of NY-based, Australian-born artist-engineer Natalie Jeremijenko; and the relationship between architecture and activism with filmmaker and journalist Ana Naomi de Sousa. And, of course, we remember to feed our heads, hearts and hands with Julia Busuttil Nishimura.

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