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 The Encounterculture is a video installation by Nicole Rose in collaboration with architectural collective SIBLING.   It portrays several vignettes about participation, or rules of engagement with society. These vignettes, provoked by architectural and artistic case studies, reveal seven strategies for the architect to employ – of authority, participation, institutionalisation, overparticipation, critique, and the right to participate.  http://siblingnation.net  It was exhibited in Sydney at Customs House in 2012 and at the Istanbul design Biannual in 2014.
       
     
       
     
THE ENCOUNTERCULTURE, Trailer
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 The Encounterculture is a video installation by Nicole Rose in collaboration with architectural collective SIBLING.   It portrays several vignettes about participation, or rules of engagement with society. These vignettes, provoked by architectural and artistic case studies, reveal seven strategies for the architect to employ – of authority, participation, institutionalisation, overparticipation, critique, and the right to participate.  http://siblingnation.net  It was exhibited in Sydney at Customs House in 2012 and at the Istanbul design Biannual in 2014.
       
     

The Encounterculture is a video installation by Nicole Rose in collaboration with architectural collective SIBLING.   It portrays several vignettes about participation, or rules of engagement with society. These vignettes, provoked by architectural and artistic case studies, reveal seven strategies for the architect to employ – of authority, participation, institutionalisation, overparticipation, critique, and the right to participate.

http://siblingnation.net

It was exhibited in Sydney at Customs House in 2012 and at the Istanbul design Biannual in 2014.