On Reversible Destiny

"Accounts of visitors falling and injuring themselves in the duo’s architecture are common [...]. The modernist regime of convenience and efficiency goes out the proverbial window here; there are no “standardised” spaces, just like there is no standardised body. The radical political proposition is clear: in a space that every body finds challenging to navigate, no body is more “abled” than another."

– This text appears in Spike Art Quarterly #56. You can buy it in our online shop –