What is the architect without money?

Cities are in crisis. People are mobilizing dissent in public squares. Professions must reimagine their role, or in this case, architects must reconsider their role.

Sociologist John Holloway recognizes the problem of protest is that capitalism integrates cultures of dissent into the profit making mechanisms. Holloway suggests that the only thing capitalism cannot dismiss is capital itself. Therefore, we might encourage proper resistance strategies to begin by subverting the use of money. Then we can ask our architects...

What is the architect without money? What is the design process without money? And what is the architectural, formal output, without money?

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