Selling Bricks. Urban video clips, built environment and spatial politics is a research project that investigates the spatial issues and architectural implications rendered by the urban video clip in Europe from 2013. It arises from the analysis of more than 200 references of urban music video clips in Spain, Portugal, Italy, France, United Kingdom and the Netherlands. It is part of the For The Record residency at the Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam and the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision in Hilversum.

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> Translating (with) Frank > Anna Puigjaner + conversation with Paulo Moreira > Caring assemblies. Designing for better futures. > Conversación con Venidadevenida > Transition Habitats > Resurrecting the Sublime > Ana Naomi de Sousa and Bernardo Amaral + conversation with Sinho Baessa de Pina > Como un mundo que se desmorona cuando nadie está mirando > «Cosas» que se conducen solas > Mary Maggic + conversation with Miriam Simun > Selling Bricks > Ghosting Image > Mobile Server > Jara Rocha + conversation with Ana Isabel Carvalho and Ricardo Lafuente (Manufactura Independente) > Caballos de Troya y jardines nectaríferos