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Three researchers affiliated with CUS - Letizia Chiappini, Anastasiya Halauniova, and Ying-Tzu Lin - have contributed to the 17th edition of Venice Architecture Biennale as bloggers-in-residence for the Austrian Pavilion. The book "Platform Urbanism and Its Discontents" is a result of the discussion about the fundamental transformation of urban space through platform technologies.

Members of the collective "Slutty Urbanism," Letizia Chiappini, Anastasiya Halauniova, and Ying-Tzu Lin contributed to the production of the book by writing a play “Glitches from the Pandemic.” The play explores a more-than-human constellation of exploitation, extraction, and ‘pleasurability’ of contemporary platform urbanism. You can find more about the Austrian Pavilion and its unique contribution to the discussion of Platform Urbanism here. Find the book here.