The Real Review Magazine Issue 6 is out now (Just in time). The challenges to our species have never been more obvious, yet the required actions have never seemed more impossible. After several decades, Just-in-Time production (only making what you need, only when you need it) has become a generalised model. We now expect everything on demand, from clothing to houses, and food to friends.

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    Issue 6 is out now. The unreal magic by which objects come into being has also changed our relationship with the process of making. Increasingly, we are more interested in the how than the what, with even inferior artisanal and bespoke commanding a premium. Will we be able to redress social inequality, dampen the effects of global warming and reinvent democracy just in time?

    Real Review magazine is a quarterly contemporary culture publication from the UK with the strapline “what it means to live today”. Our agenda focuses on the politics of space, and trying to understand how everyday conditions enforce and reinforce power relations. Through engaging analysis, evaluation and enquiry, the Real Review pursues what it means to live today. The magazine is the flagship publication of the REAL foundation.

    Content: Real Review – Issue 6

    How do we design value? MARIANA MAZZUCATO reviews the metrics of innovation. Poet EMILY TODER reviews the movement of the robot, while TOYO ITO reviews medieval light and the symbolism of grief. US-based Jamaican author GARNETTE CADOGAN reviews walking while Black, and FEMINIST ARCHITECTURE COLLABORATIVE review artificial hymens. STEPHEN ARMSTRONG reviews DELIVEROO’s dark kitchens and ARMATURE GLOBALE review the contemporary European photographic identity, including work by SATOSHI FUJIWARA.

    Featuring

    Mariana Mazzucato
    Armature Globale
    Satoshi Fujiwara
    Jack Self
    Feminist Architecture Collaborative
    Adam Nathaniel Furman
    Theo Simpson
    Assaf Kimmel
    Stephen Armstrong
    Tauba Auerbach
    Éliane Radigue
    Tim Ivison
    Garnette Cadogan
    Toyo Ito
    Eleanor Penny
    Emily Toder

    Article No. bfrealreview0006 Published by Real Review Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tag Reading situation Coffee Shop Weight 360 g Dimensions 30 × 20 × 2 cm

    Issue 6 is out now. The unreal magic by which objects come into being has also changed our relationship with the process of making. Increasingly, we are more interested in the how than the what, with even inferior artisanal and bespoke commanding a premium. Will we be able to redress social inequality, dampen the effects of global warming and reinvent democracy just in time?

    Real Review magazine is a quarterly contemporary culture publication from the UK with the strapline “what it means to live today”. Our agenda focuses on the politics of space, and trying to understand how everyday conditions enforce and reinforce power relations. Through engaging analysis, evaluation and enquiry, the Real Review pursues what it means to live today. The magazine is the flagship publication of the REAL foundation.

    Content: Real Review – Issue 6

    How do we design value? MARIANA MAZZUCATO reviews the metrics of innovation. Poet EMILY TODER reviews the movement of the robot, while TOYO ITO reviews medieval light and the symbolism of grief. US-based Jamaican author GARNETTE CADOGAN reviews walking while Black, and FEMINIST ARCHITECTURE COLLABORATIVE review artificial hymens. STEPHEN ARMSTRONG reviews DELIVEROO’s dark kitchens and ARMATURE GLOBALE review the contemporary European photographic identity, including work by SATOSHI FUJIWARA.

    Featuring

    Mariana Mazzucato
    Armature Globale
    Satoshi Fujiwara
    Jack Self
    Feminist Architecture Collaborative
    Adam Nathaniel Furman
    Theo Simpson
    Assaf Kimmel
    Stephen Armstrong
    Tauba Auerbach
    Éliane Radigue
    Tim Ivison
    Garnette Cadogan
    Toyo Ito
    Eleanor Penny
    Emily Toder

    Article No. bfrealreview0006 Published by Real Review Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tag Reading situation Coffee Shop Weight 360 g Dimensions 30 × 20 × 2 cm
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