New work by Fluid Boundaries: Lapsus Lima article

Fluid Boundaries published a new article in Lapsus Lima this month:

Water, Water, Everywhere…

September 11, 2019

This text is an attempt at an intellectual pathology of the “Fluid Boundaries” project, shortlisted as a finalist for the Canadian Pavilion at the 2020 Venice Architecture Biennale. “Fluid Boundaries” is the project and the multidisciplinary team of anthropologists, geographers, cultural historians, architects and landscape architects whose project aimed to challenge the provincial boundaries of what we understand as “Canada” by reflecting on its waters, its human and non-human kin, its architecture and infrastructure. Collectively, the team was to become a school of fish in the multiple watersheds and rivers of a ‘many-Canadas’ Pavilion. Visitors would be subsumed by the Assiniboine, the Frasier, the Elbow, the Kitchissippi, the Mississippi, the Gitchee-Gummee, the Bering, the Venetian Lagoon.”


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