Sex and the So-Called City

The Office for Political Innovation discusses the 20th anniversary of New York’s most influential archisocial manifesto: Sex and the City. This non-stop, ten-week summit stages the most relevant people, places, and processes that played a role in New York’s cultural shift of the last two decades.

Ext. 27 Kit Caníbal

Kit Caníbal Sesiones de debate [Discussion Sessions: Cannibal Kit] are weekly meetings that are open to any person interested in exposing their process and projects to dialogue with others. This initiative arises from the shared concern to create new spaces for conversation, from which to generate collective thinking and creation mechanisms adapted to the needs of the participants. It is proposed as a space for constructive reflection and criticism, where we can talk about how to generate and develop projects, and where we can nurture ourselves from the experience of the other.