Arctic Circle Train

December 11, 2018

The texts in this booklet answer to questions about the relationship between infrastructure, architecture and gender, how spaces and functions of infrastructure may result in inclusion or exclusion and how social flows, gatherings and modes of inhabitation can tell us something about how and by whom infrastructure is used.

The booklet was produced during the course Architecture and Gender taught at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in the fall of 2018. It is arranged in seven chapters containing texts and simple line drawings. Each text is a reflection of an argument, detail or concept found in the course readings which consist of contemporary feminist theory. Concepts and arguments are in turn related to a particular infrastructural network. This booklet is taking a closer look at the night trains covering the vast distance between the north and south of Sweden – the Arctic Circle Trains.

Lovisa Andersson


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