Nezar Al-Sayyad, “Urban Informality as a ‘New’ Way of Life,” in Urban Informality: Transnational Perspectives from the Middle East, Latin America, and South Asia, ed. Ananya Roy and Nezar Al-Sayyad (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2004), 7–30.
AbdouMaliq Simone, “People as Infrastructure: Intersecting Fragments in Johannesburg,” Public Culture 16, no. 3 (2004): 407–29.
Rem Koolhaas et al., Mutations (Barcelona: Actar, 2000), 718.
Since 2010, the Building College at Addis Ababa University was renamed. It is now called EiABC, the Ethiopian Institute of Architecture, Building Construction and City Development.
Marc Angélil and Dirk Hebel, eds., Cities of Change: Addis Ababa : Transformation Strategies for Urban Territories in the 21st Century (Basel: Birkhauser, 2010).
Some of these examples were discussed recently in the issue of journal Oase dedicated to the theme “Crossing Boundaries: Transcultural Practices in Architecture and Urbanism.” See, e.g., Klaske Havik and Nelson Mota, “Designing for Simultaneity: Negotiating Domestic, Social and Productive Practices in Addis Ababa,” OASE—Journal for Architecture, no. 95 (2015): 91–96.
Andres Lepik, ed., Afritecture: Building Social Change (Berlin: Hatje Cantz, 2013).
Achille Mbembe, “Planetary Africa,” in Africa—Architecture, Culture, Identity, ed. Michael Juul Holm and Mette Marie Kallehauge (Humlebæk: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2015), 258.
“The Modern Look: A Designer Finds Fashion Ruin It,” Life, September 23, 1946.
Alfredo Brillembourg and Hubert Klumpner, eds., Torre David: Informal Vertical Communities (Zürich: Lars Müller Publishers, 2012).
Oswald de Andrade and Leslie Bary, “Cannibalist Manifesto,” Latin American Literary Review 19, no. 38 (1991): 38–47.
Interview with Okwui Enwezor, in Mateo Kries and Amelie Klein, eds., Making Africa: A Continent of Contemporary Design (Weil am Rhein: Vitra Design Museum, 2015).
Paul Ricoeur, “Universal Civilization and National Cultures,” in History and Truth, trans. Charles A. Kelbley (Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 1965), 271–84.
How to Cite this Article: Mota, Nelson. “An Anthropophagic Manifesto for Africa,” review of Making Africa – A Continent of Contemporary Design, curated by Amelie Klein under the direction of Mateo Kries and Marc Zehntner. The Kuntsthal, Rotterdam, Netherlands, October 1, 2016 – January 15, 2017. JAE Online. May 6, 2017. http://www.jaeonline.org/articles/reviews-exhibits/anthropophagic-manifesto-africa#/.