Maroš Krivý presents an alternative reading of the exhibition Our Happy Life: Architecture and Well-Being in the Age of Emotional Capitalism through a counter-tour.
Counter-tours propose critical, subversive, and alternative visions of an exhibition through encounters with the perspectives of special guests who are equipped with a projector to digitally add objects and a black cloth to remove existing objects from the galleries.
Krivý is an urbanist and historian working between architectural history, urban geography, and media studies addressing environmental questions of systems thinking and neoliberal governance. He is associate professor and director of the Urban Studies graduate program at the Faculty of Architecture, Estonian Academy of Arts.
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