Category: Writing

  • MLD 022

    ZINE MLD 022 follows the thread from our climate conversations, exploring ways of thinking, working and futuring. It intends to contribute to the ongoing dialogue for post-capitalist production engaging various views regarding climate, knowledge and spatial production. This edition was prepared and printed in London at Central Saint Martins (RISO MF9350) by Sarah Bovelett, Julius Grambow, […]

  • MLD 40

    CLIMATE Much more than average weather Climate defines and describes ideas and experiences of human relations with/in nature, and therefore shapes ways of acting on/with the Earth and other non-human forces. When thinking about climate, one also needs to think in relation to time. Emergency is just one way of thinking about the current time […]

  • MLD 030

    FUTURES In the face of the climate emergency, how can spatial practice think about the future in critical, imaginative, and projective ways? Some histories and hopes for the future. by Becca Voelcker for MOULD This pamphlet is offered as a provisional statement on the topic. We welcome any comments which might help develop the ideas […]

  • MLD020

    EXTRACTION The maintenance of life and the violence of scale: a differentiated look at extractivisms Extractivist practices shape spaces and lives through colonial, capitalist, and exploitative ideologies that can be summarised as extractivism. Extractivism is the logic of fossil-fuelled capitalism, and capitalism requires it, as well as the inequality it produces. Green capitalism performs the […]

  • MLD 10

    CARE How can architecture support ethical and environmental ways of being?  Care is a way of being in the world that strives to make life more habitable for other people, animals, and the planet itself.  What does caring for someone or something entail, and why is this ethical?  What might care mean in the context […]

  • MLD 21

    ZINE MOULD 021 is a publication that layers the inherent contradictions of capitalist productions of space with transformative encounters that engage other futures. Sarah Bovelett, Julius Grambow, Tatjana Schneider, and Christina Serifi on behalf of MOULD Download PDF

  • MLD 005

    PLAT Journal Interview This is the text of an email conversation we had PLAT – an independent architectural journal edited by students of Rice Architecture. It appears in issue 10 (2021), pp. 172-176. Architecture After Architecture  A conversation with MOULD  MOULD is a multidisciplinary collective of architects and theorists working in the intersection between spatial […]

  • MLD RR

    Rapid Response