Sampler: The Funambulist #14

by Grace Wang in December 2017
Current affairs

Published in Paris, The Funambulist looks at politics from an architectural point of view. This issue explores ‘toxic atmospheres’ around the world, analysing the way physical institutions determine the lives of refugees, racial minorities and LGBT communities. 

It’s a thoroughly stimulating and eye-opening read, so if you’re after a fresh perspective, head over to Sampler and secure a copy.


In this issue:

— LGBT activism and struggles in Thailand
— Notes on Myanmar by a Rohingya writer
— Teargas grenades as a colonial gas machine
— The history of French nuclear tests in the Algerian Sahara, as well as its toxic aftermaths
— And author Christina Sharpe talks about her call for the creation of Black microclimates


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