Lev Bratishenko is Public curator at the Canadian Centre for Architecture. He produces research in public through events and series, introducing new formats such as the “counter-tour” and the “institutional performance festival.” Bratishenko wrote about architecture, music, technology and other topics in Abitare, Apollo, Canadian Architect, Cabinet, Disegno, Gizmodo, The Globe and Mail, The Guardian, Icon, Literary Review of Canada, Maclean’s, Manifest, Mark, The Montreal Gazette, Triple Canopy, Opera Canada, Opera News and Uncube. His work has been presented at several events, including the Oslo Architecture Triennale and the Lisbon Architecture Triennale.
Impressions of Archipelago: Architectures for the Multiverse
A selection of new ideas to build differently
Renewing architecture and its paradigms for a future full of unknowns, in a multiple and archipelagic world, subject to the depletion of resources and the challenge of climate change; such was the…