Our reality has shifted. Through sporadic lockdowns, movements for social change shake the world while we organize within the digital realm. As time becomes nebulous, galt’s fourth issue pauses to question the design of our current reality and critically addresses our path towards better ones. Published by Riverside Architectural Press, this 154-page, full-colour book features a risograph-printed cover, a Treaty Lands Global Stories-designed BINGO card, and an O:se Kenhionhata:tie (Land Back Camp) flyer—presenting 19 submissions, 4 interviews, and 1 community outreach project on pausing and playing.
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Natalie Jianyi Kopp