Published by Sternberg Press, Berlin and Sandberg Instituut, Amsterdam, 2017,
208 pages (colour ill.), 14 × 20.5 cm, English
Contributions by Liz Allan, Bik Van der Pol, Charles Esche, E. C. Feiss, Laymert Garcia dos Santos, Sarah Pierce, Eloise Sweetman, Paulo Tavares, Nato Thompson
The School of Missing Studies started in 2003 as an initiative of artists and architects who recognized “the missing” as a matter of urgency. Investigating what culture(s) laid the foundations for the loss we are experiencing from modernization and how this loss can talk back to us as a potential site of learning, the School of Missing Studies is calling for a space to turn existing knowledge against itself to affect our capacity to see things otherwise, to trust that seeing, and to set one’s own pedagogical terms.
Sandberg Series n°1
Copublished with Sandberg Instituut, Amsterdam
Design by Anja Groten