A collection of essays about 'slow' approaches to spatial practice and pedagogy from around the world featuring contributors from 22 countries. Each brings distinct philosophical and disciplinary approaches, from 'spatial' fields like architecture, sculpture, and installation, to performative, somatic, and dramaturgical practices. The book explores how we think about and engage with space at a range of scales, tempos, and durations, with projects and processes that amplify the tangible and intangible qualities of spatial experience. The term 'radical affection' unites these diverse approaches in hopes that new forms of caring, connection, and resilience might emerge.
320 pages, 16 x 21 cm, paperback, Valiz (Amsterdam).