This final movement explores whether thinking with re-arrangements can help us account for that which is hidden, unseen or nested in the recesses and folds of urban practices. And if so, how we might then talk about and account for elusive parts of an arrangement that both exert an influence and are influenced. This essay uses sensibilities as an entry point into the intangible interactions between subjects and (re)arrangements.
The Re-Arrangements Collective, Fabien Cante, Ajmal Hussain, Timo Makori, Surer Qassim Mohamed, Alana Osbourne, Francesca Pilo', Kavita Ramakrishnan, AbdouMaliq Simone, Rike Sitas & Adeem Suhail
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