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Reading List - April 2018

This week: art as an economic tool addressing exploitation, a very frank 'Art World Walkthrough', challenging the Fringe, urban planning as a practice that excludes people, how the mayor of London plans to save artist's workspace and how citizens will solve the housing crisis using data and tech.

Source: COURTESY CATPC AND IHA

Source: COURTESY CATPC AND IHA

1.     What Is This Art Gallery Doing on a Congolese Palm-Oil Plantation? https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/art-gallery-lusanga-plantation

2.     How to Put On An Exhibition – The White Pube
http://www.thewhitepube.co.uk/how-to-get-an-exhibition

3.     Fringe is Uber: A Model Dependent upon the Exploitation of Artists https://medium.com/@adendate/fringe-is-uber-a-model-dependent-upon-the-exploitation-of-artists-64c51ece8e7c

4.     Mayor to explore Creative Land Trust to support artists' workspace https://www.london.gov.uk/press-releases/mayoral/mayor-to-explore-setting-up-creative-land-trust

5.     Citizens are going to solve the housing crises – Andy Reeve | TEDxBrum https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9Do4U3ky4E

6.  What counts as real city planning? https://www.citylab.com/equity/2018/03/what-counts-as-real-city-planning/556082/?utm_source=twb

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