Repensar • Publication Vol.3 • Perspectivas

Location Periphery of Pamplona (ES)
Date 2020-22
Status Project completed

Authors Itxaso Markiegi, Georg Zolchow, Alicia Fernández Barranco, Susanne Bosch, Salomé Wackernagel

Editors Orekari Estudio & Enter This, Architects

Layout & Design Orekari Estudio & Salomé Wackernagel

Photo credits Inés Aranza, José A. Molina, Esperanza Kahle, Rocío Mercadal, Maifer Moreno, Javier Sanz, Jorge V. · Club de Foto ETSAUN, Salomé Wackernagel

Languages Spanish, Basque, English

ISBN 978-84-09-23841-5

Our Repensar la Periferia [Rethinking the Periphery] publication covers the four years of the project since 2016, and is divided in 3 volumes: the third volume opens a theoretical frame after years of practice, with the contribution of various authors, who share here their own vision and knowledge of the peripheral context.

The photographic work is the result of a specific course on peripheries - we made a selection of pictures among the amazing contributions of the architecture students, members of the Club de Foto of the ETSAUN.
In Perspectivas, we also show the results of our exhibition Repensar la Periferia in Pamplona, and the series of lectures and debates that were held in the framework of the cycle Ciudad & Cultura, with contributions by Francesco Careri, Zaida Muxi, Erik Harley, Bartlebooth, the team of the Concéntrico Festival (Javier Peña Ibáñez and Irene Fernández Garijo), and Ana Arana from the Festival Urbanbat.

This publication has been financed as a catalogue of the exhibition Repensar la Periferia by the city council of Pamplona, Spain.

Risograph print in 3 colours • 105 pages • Nautilus recycled paper 120g / cover 300g • Glued binding • DIN A5 • from the series Repensar la Periferia in Pamplona·Iruña •  18€ + shipping costs

→ Here to the text Peripherical Horizons

→ Here to the Exhbition Repensar

→ Here to the Repensar Publication · Vol. 1 & Vol.2

→ Here to the Repensar · Prints

→ Part of the process: Repensar la Periferia

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