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Urban China Bootlegged for Volume by C-Lab

What would be an architecture of crisis? Is crisis architecture a contradiction in terms or a crucial unacknowledged force? This issue of Urban China bootlegged for Volume is a reflection on crisis management. Featuring contributions by Candy Chang, Keller Easterling, Stephen Graham, Martha Rosler, Eyal Weizman, Mark Wigley, anecdotes on go-bags, monkeys in Indian cities, and triage tags, and a short history of sandbags. Displayed in the touring exhibition “Urban China: Informal Cities” at New Museum, Hammer Museum, and Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. Chinese with English translation.