MODI OPERANDI #06
This publication was initiated and developed by the Border Conditions & Territories research group and financially supported by the Faculty of Architecture (Delft University of Technology) and the Border Conditions Foundation. PROJECT
Archipelago of Wonders
, Filip Geerts, Stefano MilaniEDITOR
Negar Sanaan BensiEDITORIAL BOARD
Negar Sanaan Bensi, Stefano Milani and Marc SchoonderbeekINVOLVED EDUCATIONAL STAFF
Filip Geerts, Stefano Milani, Piero Medici, Mauro ParraviciniLAYOUT & DESIGN
Joseph plateauTECHNICAL REALISATION
Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology
IMAGE, PHOTO AND MAP CREDITS
The publisher has attempted to meet the conditions imposed by law for the use of the illustrations. Anyone who nevertheless wishes to assert any rights to this material is invited to contact the publisher.
All images and photographs presented in this book are provided by the authors and contributors, with the exception of a series of photographs of industrial landscapes in Passaic by Robert Smithson, 1967. Source: Holt/Smithson Foundation.org.
Special thank you and a sincere gratitude to Filip Geerts and Stefano Milani for always questioning and encouraging me to push the project further.
To Piero Medici and Mauro Parravicini for giving the project its concrete foundations.
To Negar Sanaan Bensi, Oscar Rommens, Marc Schoonderbeek and to all involved scholars and dedicated teachers in the Border & Territories program.
Special thank you to dear family members, to Juan Benavides, and my friends—both old and new—for their unlimited love and support.
And to the ‘Others’ Trieste’ graduation group for their continuous inspiration and endless support. Janel Osmankulova, Juulia Jääskeläinen, Hechen Qu, Jacky Hiu Yeung Lee, Niek van der Gugten, Léa Alapini, Benas Vencevičius, and Luuk Dehing.
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