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Public Bathing and Tactical Urbanism

11:30 AM, Friday 27 May 2022 (20 minutes)

This talk explores how Canadian urban waterfronts can learn from global practices of tactical urbanism based on forms of the public bath. It builds upon a line of thought initiated in my publication The Architecture of Bathing: Body, Landscape, Art (MIT, 2020). It will look at projects by community members, artists and architects, and trace their origins and supports. Examining a series of initiatives from around the world, we will discover networks of tactical urbanisms which are both wild and sustainable while engaging deeply in regional communities, politics and ecologies.

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