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Nick Axel

edits

speaks

organizes

exhibts

writes

interviews

teaches

participates

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edited

Refugee Heritage by Alessandro Petti (DAAR), with Nikolaus Hirsch and Anton Vidokle

Superhumanity with Beatriz Colomina, Nikolaus Hirsch, Mark Wigley and Anton Vidokle

Volume #49: Hello World! with Arjen Oosterman

Volume #48: The Research Turn with Arjen Oosterman

BLUE by Malkit Shoshan

The future of public transport with Louise Schouwenberg

Volume #47: The System* with Arjen Oosterman

Volume #46: Shelter with Arjen Oosterman

Volume #45: Learning with Arjen Oosterman

Radical Pedagogies by Beatriz Colomina and Evangelos Kotsioris

Black Friday by Forensic Architecture and Amnesty International

Volume #44: On Display with Arjen Oosterman

1:1 by Dirk van de Heuvel, with Arjen Oosterman

Nakba Day Killings by Forensic Architecture

Urban Planning for Murder by Aristide Antonas

spoke

about "peaks" as a geometric figure of history at Sonic Acts 2017

about e-flux Architecture at the Future Architecture Matchmaking Conference 2017

about Volume #49: Hello World! at an event organized by Volume Magazine at Post Office, Rotterdam

about Black Friday at an event organized by the Creative Industries Funds NL at HipHopHuis, Rotterdam

about pattrn at an event organized by UNESCO at the Royal Flemish Academy for Arts and Science, Academy Palace

about the Nakba Day Killings at the Department of Architecture postgraduate program, University of Thessaly (Athens)

about Volume Magazine at IUAV

about the Nakba Day Killings at ArtEZ, Graphic Design

about instituting at BAK, basis voor actuele kunst

about pattrn at the Institut du Monde Arabe

about Volume #46: Shelter at Storefront for Art and Architecture

about grounding deregulation at Strelka Institute via Skype

about grounding deregulation at Campus in Camps

about grounding deregulation at The Bartlett, UCL

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organized

a panel on anthroposcenic epistemologies of change at Sonic Acts 2017 with John Palmesino and Natasha Ginwala

a panel on Superhumanity at e-flux, with Lucia Allais, Beatriz Colomina, Rubén Gallo, Nikolaus Hirsch, Brooke Holmes, Andrés Jaque, Lydia Kallipoliti, Spyros Papapetros, Martha Rosler (in absentia), Mabel O. Wilson and Mark Wigley

a panel on Superhumanity at the 3rd Istanbul Design Biennial with Beatriz Colomina, Keller Easterling, Anselm Franke, Francesca Hughes, Lydia Kallipoliti, Laura Kurgan, Lesley Lokko, Spyros Papapetros, Felicity D. Scott, Pelin Tan, Eyal Weizman and Mark Wigley

a retreat on artificial intelligence in culture in collaboration with Volume Magazine, Het Nieuwe Instituut and ruangrupa with Klaas Kruitenbrouwer, Marina Otero, Lilet Breddels, Arjen Oosterman, Tamar Shafrir, Katia Truijen, Marten Kuijpers, Andrea Bagnato, Simone Niquille, Füsun Türetken, Matthew Plummer Fernandez, Luis Rodil Fernandez, Femke Snelting, Dorien Zandbergen, Ben Schouten

a launch event of on Volume #46: Shelter at Storefront for Art and Architecture with Lluís Alexandre Casanovas Blanco, Vere van Gool, Lydia Kallipoliti, Ryan John King and Sean Monahan

a panel on the art of economy in collaboration with Ryan John King and Ekaterina Zavyalova (FOAM) at Future Firm with Nick Land, Mohammad Salemy, Troy Conrad Therrien, Kristoffer Josefsson, Dan Taeyoung, Manuel Shvartzberg, Jake Hamilton, Laura Lotti and Marina Otero

exhibited

a field of agitprop kiosks at the 3rd Istanbul Design Biennial with e-flux Architecture

a tropical mining station at Future Firm with Ryan John King and Ekaterina Zavyalova (FOAM)

an archaeology of deregulation at the Centre for Architecture, Goldsmiths, University of London

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wrote

a poem about categories and error in Volume #50: Beyond Beyond

an editorial about artificial intelligence in Volume #49: Hello World!

a review of the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale in Spike Art Magazine #48

an editorial about architectural research in Volume #48: The Research Turn

an essay about legal deregulation of political redistribution in Architecture, Energy, Matter

a response to Beatriz Colomina about prisons and/as heterotopias in LOBBY #4: Abundance

an essay on scenario planning in The future of public transport

an essay on density and logistics for ArchDaily

a manifesto on infrastructure and politics in the arabian gulf in Volume #47: The System*

an editorial on shelter as a verb in Volume #46: Shelter with Arjen Oosterman

an essay about prisons and rehabilitation in Volume #45: Learning with Leonardo Dellanoce

the Nakba Day Killings report with Forensic Architecture for Defense for Children International Palestine

a review of the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale in Volume #41: How to Build a Nation

a dissertation on the deregulation of fracking at the Centre for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths, University of London

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interviewed

Lex ter Braak, Beatriz Colomina, Reinier de Graaf, DUS Architects, Adrian Lahoud, John Palmesino, Stephan Petermann, Irit Rogoff, Territorial Agency, UNStudio, Eyal Weizman, Jan Peter Wingender in Volume #48: The Research Turn

Jan Jongert and Thomas Rau in Volume #47: The System*

Dick van Gameren in Volume #46: Shelter

Ben Schouten in Volume #45: Learning

taught

thesis at Design Academy Eindhoven, Design Curating & Writing

a workshop on critical thinking at Strelka Institute, Advanced Urban Design

a studio on the future of public transport with the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, Rianne Makkink and Jan Koning at Design Academy Eindhoven, Design Curating & Writing,

thesis at Royal Academy of Art The Hague (KABK), Graphic Design

an architectural studio on war and media with Ines Weizman at Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism

in a master class by Susan Schuppli at the Royal Academy of Art The Hague (KABK), Graphic Design

a workshop on architecture, war and media at The Bartlett, UCL with Forensic Architecture

participated

in IdeasCity Detroit

in the 5th International LafargeHolcim Forum 2016

in the DAAR (Decolonizing Art Architecture Residency) 2014 winter residency

in Storefront for Art and Architecture's Younger than Storefront residency program

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