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CITY LUST 


a lecture by

Charlie Koolhaas



© MAGAZIN 2022





CITY LUST



City Lust is a timely dialogue between words and images about a crucial moment in our recent history: the apotheosis of globalization and its current unraveling.

In this book, Charlie Koolhaas — artist, photographer, and writer — takes us to London, Guangzhou, Lagos, Dubai, and Houston, cities in which she has either lived or worked. Her personal and humorous account explores the rapid changes taking place in these culturally vastly different metropolises that are being united by the influences of global trade and the evolution of a shared global culture.

A captivating combination of photographic documentary and written testimony, City Lust portrays a global landscape that contradicts the current pessimism — to reveal unexpected creativities, connections, and collective references that emerge despite huge global and economic divides.





28.07.2022   7pm



at MAGAZIN
Space for Contemporary Architecture
Weyringergasse 27i, 1040 Vienna

 




Charlie Koolhaas



Charlie Koolhaas was born in London and graduated with a Sociology BA from New York University, and an Interactive Media MA from Goldsmith University of London. She currently lives and works as an artist, photographer, and writer in Rotterdam. She is the author of several books, including Metabolism Trip (2012), What Happened in Rotterdam (2016), and most recently City Lust (2020), that tell stories using a combination of photography and writing. She has taught visual culture theory at TU Delft and Sandberg Instituut in the Netherlands, and has been a visiting lecturer at Strelka Institute in Moscow, ETH Zurich, HEAD Geneva, and Harvard Graduate School of Design.


https://charliekoolhaas.com/