Muddy Urbanism is an ongoing urban-research studio that generates possible futures for Te Whau, a river that bisects the inner west of Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland, New Zealand’s largest city.
Muddy Urbanism was initially exhibited at Auckland Art Gallery as part of “If you were to live here . . . ” the 5th Auckland Triennial (2013), curated by Hou Hanru. Muddy Urbanism then travelled to WUHO, Los Angeles.
www.cargocollective.com/muddyurbanism documents a dialogue between Te Whau in Auckland and the Los Angeles River in California, USA, and operates as a resource for those invested in the potential of river, landscape and infrastructure regeneration to act as a catalyst for spatial and social change.