Dia a Dia - un quotidien pour la 12e Biennale d'Architecture de São Paulo

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Dia a Dia - un quotidien pour la 12e Biennale d'Architecture de São Paulo

Dia a Dia is an editorial, performative and participative project.
It will be specially produced, edited and printed for the XII São Paulo International Architecture Biennale, by Team 614. 

Team 614 was chosen among 760 applications thanks to its unprecedented project. We will produce and broadcast a daily magazine for 15 days within the Centro Cultural São Paulo (CCSP).


With our project – the creation of a daily magazine called “Dia a dia” – we want to give a tribune to a multitude of everyday stories on which the imaginations of our contemporary cities are built. Its goal: to highlight different practices, conceptions, and feelings of day-to-day space. 

About Dia a Dia

• 15 issues
• 16 pages (color and black&white, riso, A4 and A3 inserts) by issue
• 200 copies by issue
• 1 website
• 1 daily presence on social networks

Many contributors are already involved in Dia a Dia adventure​: 

Didier Ben Loulou (photographer, FR/ISR), Victor Bonte (illustrator, FR), Valentin Bourdon (architect, researcher, FR), Andre Cepeda (photographer, PT), Éric Chauvier (anthropologist, FR), Lorenzo Ciccarelli (architect, researcher, IT), Jean Claracq (artist, FR), Margaux Darrieus (architect, researcher, FR), studio d-o-t-s (researcher, curator, FR/IT), Isabelle Ducrest (architect, photographer, FR), Camille Fallet (photographer, FR), Ferrier Marchetti Studio (architect, FR), Georges Fessy (photographer, FR), Benoit Galibert (photographer, FR), Peony Gent (illustrator, UK), Michel Guthmann (architect, FR), Clémentine Haenel (writer, FR), Lucas Harari (illustrator, author, FR), Shunji Ishida (architect, JP), Kerry Joyce (architect, USA), Edgar Léon (artist, CR), Clément Masurier (architect, illustrator, FR), Jasper Morrison (designer, EN), Myr Muratet (photographer, FR), Shin Noguchi (photographer, JP), Agathe Novak-Lechevalier (researcher, writer, FR), Sarah Pannell (photographer, AU), Stella Park (illustrator, KR), Anne Pauly (writer, FR), Dominique Perrault Architecture (architect, FR) Julien Prévieux (artist, FR), Jean-Michel Rachet (European official, FR), Victor Rachet (author, theater director, FR), Rafael Suriani (artist, BR) Fanny Taillandier (author, urban planner, FR), Hayahisa Tomiyasu (photographer, JP), Dominique Viart (researcher, writer, FR), Jean-Louis Violeau (sociologist, researcher, FR), Vincent Zonca (researcher, FR)

Openness and collaboration​: Dia a Dia will present the work of an international network of contributors. Architects, illustrators, artists, writers, photographers or researchers; they all take a singular look - be it tender, critical, detached or analytical - about our daily lives and the most banal and ordinary spaces that make up our urban experiences.

We will settle for 3 weeks inside and outside the walls of the CCSP where the biennale is held, to produce 15 issues that will be broadcast locally and in a selection of places in the city. 

XII São Paulo International Architecture Biennale will focus on three themes: Daily Stories, Daily Resources, and Daily Maintenance. Each of the axes chosen by the curators (Vanessa Grossman, Charlotte Malterre-Barthes and Ciro Miguel) will present architectural and urban projects, research, conceptual installations, as well as other interventions dealing with contemporary dynamics of the ordinary world at different scales: from the body to objects, from inner spaces to the city, and to the planetary boundaries.

Hosting 70 exhibitors from 25 different countries and 250,000 visitors during the three months of the event, the twelfth edition of this biennale is a major cultural event with international influence.

614 is a multidisciplinary collective structured as an association and composed of two architects, a graphic designer, an urban planner, a cultural programmer, a writer, and an artist. Its work focuses on the links between space and writing, so as to emancipate traditional representations of architecture.

614 develops its research through different cultural projects: workshops, publishing, conferences, teaching, etc.

• François Gastesoleil, architect
• Fabien Goutelle, graphic designer
• Liana Luna, artist
• Clémentin Rachet, architect 
• Hippolyte Roullier, urban planner
• Zoé Sans-Arcidet Lacourt, cultural programmer
• Mélanie Yvon, artist & writer

Waar dient de collecte voor

The funds will be used to print the 15 issues of the magazine Dia a Dia. Being a donor is the only way to obtain paper copies outside the Biennale. All prints will be numbered by hand.

With a budget of 6000 euros, the detailed breakdown of costs is as follows:

• Purchase of recycled A4 paper (white and color) (780 euros)
• Purchase ink, printer toners (1380 euros)
• A3 color digital printing and risography (1980 euros)
• Mailing of newspapers to donors, contributors (1380 euros)
• Kisskissbankbank commission (480 euros)


On the 3000 printed copies of Dia a Dia:

• 1500 copies will be distributed directly in São Paulo
• 1350 copies will be sent to the donors of this campaign
• 150 copies will be sent to the contributors of Dia a Dia

On the case of a goal override, we will be able to:

• Communicate more effectively
• Ensure the printing of additional copies
• Amortize the development costs of the newspaper website

Collective 614 is a non-profit law 1901 association. You will be able to deduct 66% of the given amount of your taxes thanks to a letter signed by the president of the association!

We're counting on you, 614 thanks!

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