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Description: Tarde is a printed, independent, and peer-feedback publication with an online presence that explores the often unnoticed and taken-for-granted elements and associations composing the urban. Appealing to its shape, Tarde has been conceived as a handbook: a compact and portable pocket device that delves into one topic per issue.

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This document displays the goal, scope, and model distribution of Tarde.

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Glitch infrastructures

This number of Tarde explores a bunch of sidewalks in Medellín, Colombia, and conceptualizes the idea of glitch infrastructures: irregular mosaics mad...

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The insignificant others

The issue focuses on a particular set of beings inhabiting the city temporally referred to as "insignificant." This ontology has been framed by a seri...

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Urban animal enclosures

As an exercise of empirical philosophy, this number critically explores a particular urban space in Berlin where people go to see and possibly pet far...

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Rats as urban infrastructure

This collaborative issue on rats closes the first cycle of explorations on human-animal entanglements in public places. It is also the first edition c...

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Urban Pavements

This issue explores our relationships with soil, the ground, and overall the eco-political practices and material configurations of the urban surfaces...

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