Author

Ania Molenda

Ania Molenda

Curator

ania@amateurcities.com

http://www.aniamolenda.com

Ania Molenda is an independent Rotterdam-based architecture researcher / curator and founder of Amateur Cities. Her work focuses on the socio-cultural dimension of spatial practices and innovation in contemporary urban environments.

Is Fair Building Possible?

07.2017

AM: How did you arrive at the topic of the exhibition, and why did you want to look at the aspect of...

Towards Collective Subjectivity

12.2016

CA: Can you say something about yourself? What is your background? AF: My name is Alex Foti. I am...

Play and Imagination Against Debt

12.2016

CA: Could you introduce yourselves and tell us something about your work and interests? CT:...

The Price of Surveillance

12.2016

CA: Could you introduce yourselves – what do you do and what are your main interests? ER:...

The Unobvious Ways of City Making

09.2016

AM: ZUS is not a typical architecture practice; you are strongly involved in a theoretical...

Walking across Actual Territories

05.2016

CA: Can you briefly explain what your practice is about? LR: I am one of the founders of Stalker,...

No one owns the beach: On time and public space on and offline

09.2015

AM: Could you tell us something about your latest projects? DH: Recently I have been thinking a...

Fewer Regulations, More Open Source and a Broader View

02.2015

CA: Mark, you created OSCity – a free online platform that combines cutting-edge...

On Amateurs

10.2014

That’s why today we would like to stand in defence of the first meaning of the word. We would...