2013 was a year of very much writing. Along the PhD thesis completion I could contribute to different publications. It is a wonderful thing to be part of many, and sometimes so dissimilar, discussions. amidst the most relevant topics, there is the debate around Lisbon Architecture Triennale.

I had the opportunity to write a trilogy of critical essays on www.trienaldelisboa.com, which was published in three different magazines, in two languages: english webzine urbanista.org, portuguese printed magazine ARQA www.revarqa.com, and portuguese webzine www.artecapital.net.

Besides these three, I was invited by curator Mariana Pestana to contribute with an essay to her e-book, and handed a reflection on my curatorial project Aftermath and Resonance!

The text is, still, waiting for publication and I am eager to read the book. It´s announced here.

waiting for publishing

Read! Exegese da Trienal 2013, revista Arqa#110 (Inês Moreira)

[CONECTIVIDADE DE UM JOVEM CORPO DE ARQUITECTOS]

Visitar os eventos dos primeiros cinco dias da Trienal de Arquitectura de Lisboa (11-15 de Setembro), isto é, participar nos seus programas, discutir e partilhar ideias com os vários autores e convidados, foi uma montanha russa de experiências que levou semanas a digerir.

Nos primeiros dias assistiu-se a um débito em directo de opiniões, de críticas e de algumas fúrias, por entre uma catadupa de textos e de imagens em blogs, revistas e de contactos em redes sociais, com uma velocidade de disseminação que espelha a escala verdadeiramente internacional do evento e que, também por isso, desperta uma voracidade de informação.

(etc…)

http://www.revarqa.com/content/1/1366/conetividade-jovem-corpo-arquitetos/

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my first participation in a Fanzine

«O Processo de Subtracção» — mega fanzine com 98 páginas produzida pelo corpo editorial expandido da arqa numa tarde bem passada a bordo da sonda espacial da Friendly Fire, com Luís Santiago Baptista, Paula Melâneo, Sandra Vieira Jürgens, Carla Carbone, Luca Martinucci, Inês Moreira, Gonçalo Velho, Rita Macedo e Pedro Baía.

read, read, read, Lisbon Architecture Triennale, books coming soon

Lisbon Architecture Triennale, books coming soon!

We are eager to read the new 6 books by Lisbon Architecture Triennale, and very proud to be part of one, with an essay on Aftermath and Resonance! our own curatorial project situated on a building burnt by an accidental fire, and then curated as an exhibition.

Waiting!: http://www.close-closer.com/pt/publicacoes

“The 2013 Lisbon Architecture Triennale will produce six special edition digital publications. Available online and for all e-readers, the books collectively intend to locate the themes and ideas behind Close, Closer into a broader global context.
The publications, each edited by the Close, Closer curatorial team will replace the traditional printed catalogue. While there will be printed matter, the Lisbon Triennale is pushing forward alternative publishing strategies to establish new formats for communication. These platforms respond to a more open environment for exhibitions and allow the content to be widely disseminated and economically produced.”
Soon available at iBookStore and AmazonKindle.

more info: www.close-closer.com