Things Might is a column about the designed environment and how it sometimes becomes, often hurts, occasionally explodes and usually takes by Matylda Krzykowski, CEO of Total Space Global.
Things Might is a diaristic account of choreographies and constant adaptations for Arts of the Working Class, a multi-lingual street journal on poverty and wealth, art and society published every two months. It contains contributions by artists and thinkers from different fields and in different languages. Its terms are based upon the working class, meaning everyone, and it reports everything that belongs to everyone.
Things Might – become everything but a carpet, for 2038 ‘The New Serenity’ a collaboration between the curators of the German Pavilion at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition — La Biennale di Venezia and Arts of the Working Class. The issue was released in the future reflecting on the present.
Things Might – have to be exercised, for Bom Dia and Arts of the Working Class Picnic on Sunday, 22 August 2020 at Tiergarten Berlin. A reading an an exercise for the possibility of empathy.
Things Might – break if you want to, for issue 13 ‘Identity is a Pain in the Arse’, coming September 2020 to the streets of the world and to the Arts of the Working Class online shop
1) Sketch on Olaf Grawert‘s iPad on the floorplan of the German Pavilion in Venice for a carpet design titled ‘Mensch Ärger Dich nicht’ by Matylda Krzykowski
2) Cover image of 2038, issue of Arts of the Working Class for the German Pavilion at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition — La Biennale di Venezia
3) María Inés Plaza, Matylda Krzykowski and Ludwig Engel at Bom Dia and Arts of the Working Class Picnic
4) Exercising Empathy
5) Screenshot from the website of Arts of the Working Class
6) Screenshot from the website of Arts of the Working Class