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DAMN°82 – Radical Domesticity

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DAMN° is an independent publication with open-minded views on the interchangeable worlds of design, architecture and art. In making meaningful connections rather than dictating tastes, its approach to storytelling brings editorial content beyond hype or conventional academic debate. Unafraid to link the personal and the political, the economic and the emotional, the stylistic and the social, DAMN° is ultimately about discoveries that aim to provoke a reaction…whether it be a thought or a smile.

In this issue:

DAMNº 82 – Radical Domesticity | For decades domesticity was neatly tucked behind closed doors and trimmed hedges – increasingly secretive, even shameful. But with the noughties we witnessed a shift – a public return to the pleasures domesticity can bring. Issue 82 of DAMNº confronts the reality that traditionally, for too many women, housework and cooking has meant little more than mind-numbing drudgery, economic insecurity, and relentless servitude and suggests that only radical domesticity can step in to challenge this bad rep.

Throughout the issue we explore how more intersectionality, equality and technology can alter how we live, and with less restrictive gender and social roles. We talk to Sophie Calle, Silvia Federici, and see how the war in Ukraine looks in a domestic environment. We also hear from James Bridle, Allan Wexler, Joanna Vasconcelo and Serban Ionescu. Abortion, household gadgets, fashion, and home robotic helpers are all issues in need of a radical realisation to alter the woes of (particularly) women and their



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