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Zaha Hadid

Lukas Kubina

Her name echoes like thunder. Vita and myths intertwine to build her image. Baghdad born, Zaha Hadid grew up in one of the city’s first Bauhaus-inspired buildings, in an era when modernism was ...

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Curating DLD 2007-2012

Lukas Kubina
DLD ARTS PUBLICATION

DLD Arts presents a new publication on interdisciplinary knowledge production. Curating DLD 2007-2012 sums up interdisciplinary art panels curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Co-director of Serpentine ...

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Risky Forecast

Jeanny Gering

Glaciers are loud. Deep layers of ice crackle and scrunch as the ice shifts under its own pressure, but the monumental sounds of freezing terrains are falling more and more silent. Globally rising ...

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This Exquisite Forest

Lukas Kubina

In the early 20th century, the French surrealists invented a parlor game they called the Exquisite Corpse. Write down a word, fold the paper and hand it to someone else, who writes the next word, ...

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Patterns in Geo-Politics

Jeanny Gering

When the best performer in a market is able to capture a very large share of the rewards, and the remaining competitors are left with very little, it’s called a winner-take-all market. Dambisa ...

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Transforming the Classroom

Jennifer Schenker

Esther Wojcicki, known as “Woj” to her students, has never been interested in convention. So, when she left a career in newspapers to teach journalism at California’s Palo Alto High School in ...

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Higher Education All Round

Jennifer Schenker

Imagine if higher education was instantly attainable to anyone, anywhere in the world, and economics and societal constraints were no longer a barrier. That future is already here, thanks to the ...

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Identity in China’s Cities

Lukas Kubina

„In the next 20 years, China will add 350 million people to cities. That’s basically the population of the U.S.,“ says Eric Schuldenfrei. At DLD Moscow, the architect shared some of his first-hand ...

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Women on Boards

Jennifer Schenker

Lady Barbara Judge CBE, an American living in London, has been blazing trails for women since 1969, when she received her B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania and later her Juris Doctor with ...

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Celebrating the Authentic Self

Beatrice Barnwell (Jeschek)

It’s a key value, and an essential quality in the journey towards women empowerment and diversity. 'Authenticity' is a buzz word for success and leadership, as we discussed at the past DLDwomen ...

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