author: Rubén Valdez, CARTHA
author: Francisco Moura Veiga, CARTHA
published: April 10, 2018,   recorded: February 2018,   views: 524


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Informed criticism plays a pivotal role in Architecture. How information is shared and used are key aspects for the future of the discipline. Therefore editing, curating and publishing become fundamental tools in the shaping of an architectural culture. CARTHA is an independent, pro-bono publishing project. It provides a curated, open platform dedicated to architecture and its role in society. It has as its core concept that the generated content has to be able to be produced, accessed, and appropriated by anyone, anywhere and free of charge. It works in cycles, devoting long periods to dissect selected topics which are framed to allow a broad audience to engage with them through open calls and direct invitations, in various formats (text, interview, photography, image) and media (web, talks, exhibitions and books). Free from geographical and institutional restraints, CARTHA provides the framework and pace to contribute to a critical analyses of our reality towards an informed Future.

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