Diann Bauer

artist - feminist activist


How feminism and urbanism can influence each other

Diann Bauer is an artist and co-founder of the Laboria Cuboniks collective, which launched the Xenofemist movement – a feminism of the 21st century, which takes into account the revolution associated with the development of new technologies, and wants to make it a tool of struggle. Xenofeminism argues that alienation is not an obstacle, but rather a weapon in the struggle for the emancipation of individuals. Indeed, being marginalized allows us to develop our consciousness and redefine our identity. She describes how her studies in architecture and town planning inspired her thinking, and, conversely, how the artistic and feminist research into which she has embarked can influence urban planning. She also returns in more detail to the notion of consciousness, which occupies her current research.


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