The platform The Nomad/THNMD was created in 2010 by Evangelina Guerra Luján, “cartographer” interested in the new territory of social network using it as a tool for research, communicate and disseminate knowledge in the fields of Urbanism, Architecture, Design and Art with an activist and political approach.
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THNMD´s reference books: A growing collection.
In 1974 Pablo Neruda published his best-seller “The Book of Questions” : poems in the shape of questions, observing whatever surrounded him , with the wonder of a child. Is in this spirit that the project ” The ( New) Book of Questions” is founded: to observe and question the “territories in process” we live in, rather than to “answer” them. This is a collaborative project. Be part of it.
Twitter as learning device. | Twitter allow us to have, in real time, an amazing amount very interesting and valuable “information-pieces” on the territory and its many agents of transformation: articles, events, books, projects, exhibitions, amongst others, from a lot of corners of the world. All the tweets are, in many cases ,the core of what is published in Nomadicity. Everything archived in THNMD platform, in any of its channels, is shared via Twitter.
” Nomadicity : The territory through many angles”is a virtual cartography. Found “pieces” that are shaping our territory are being posted, almost every day. Topics such as Urbanism, Architecture, Design, Art and many other forms of deterritorialization. From time to time also events and open calls from around the world are posted.
This archive is part of the research project Kriegsmaschine for the degree of Master Advanced Studies in Spatial Design FH of the Zürcher Hochschule der Künste / Zürich 2012. The stock comprises documents obtained at the Schweizerisches Sozialarchiv, extracts from the complementary DVD-ROM of the book “ Der Zürcher Sommer 1968 Zwischen Krawall, Utopie und Bürgersinn”.
THNMD ´s Pinboards consist of visual content in the various disciplines of design.
This is a Links Archive compiled in Scoop.it! publishing platform. The topic "Kriegsmaschine" is part of the research project for the Master Advanced Studies FH degree in Spatial Design.
"Plustank : Narratives through sacred cultural symbols” is an image archive accomplished while perusing the web and printed media. It can be understood as a story-tell of the beautiful, the delicate,obscure,forbidden,cryptic of our society through history. By clusters they explain a specific topic in our culture and how this topic was captured: lensed, shaped, or draw, and communicated to the masses. By isolating each image, it becomes the protagonist of its own visual power. | Note: Contains explicit material.