A4-d-able:
Visualizing affordability

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What’s A4-d-able?

Political, social, and academic debates on urbanism are constantly engaged with questions of issues such as social housing, affordability, and the ‘right to the city’, yet these discussions are largely dominated by the representational limits of the existing spatial and cultural production framework. 

A4-d-Able, thus aim to explore the exiting limits and the existence of possible alternatives, by moving beyond general typologies and abstractions in the search of particularities and new forms of visual and spatial practices.

To achieve this ambitious target we are asking you, whether an architect, planner, activist, artist, street vendor, dog walker, or government official to take an A4-sized blank page, and on it, create, in any form, your visual interpretation of affordable urbanism.

will you join us?