DOXA (δόξα): A common belief, as opposed to truth, doxa is associated with community, dialogue and knowledge. DOXA is an international collective of artists, theorists, designers, architects, engineers, etc.
Publications
Creative Space—Art and Spatial Resistance in Asia

Creative Space—Art and Spatial Resistance in Asia

DOXA is pleased to announce its publication project Creative Space—Art and Spatial Resistance in Asia. The edited volume consists of contributions from artists and theorists of different parts of Asia(Japan,Korea, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, etc), and investigates the strategies to resist the intensive gentrification and the privatization of land (and the commons), which were turned...
Publication: All that is solid melts into air...(Chinese)

Publication: All that is solid melts into air…(Chinese)

DOXA has recently published an article in the Chinese Literary Bi-Monthly, Chutzpah!《天南》 edited by Ou Ning “All That is Solid Melts into Air”, by Yuk Hui/DOXA, No. 6, Chutzpah!, edited by Ou Ning, 2012 Abstract: This article started with the mediation of fire in Tahar Ben Jelloun’s “Par le Feu”, and the metaphysical and symbolic...
Publication: From Art of Occupation to Occupation of Art (Chinese)

Publication: From Art of Occupation to Occupation of Art (Chinese)

DOXA has recently published a text in Chinese called: “From Art of Occupation to Occupation of Art — On Occupation in Hong Kong and the Situationists International”, by Yuk Hui/DOXA, Issue 001, Independent Critics, Beijing, 2012, ISSN1003-9341 Download the text in Chinese here: From Art to Occupation to Occupation of Art (English translation of the text coming soon..)...
Reclaiming Culture and Creativity from Industry and the UK 'Creative Economy'

Reclaiming Culture and Creativity from Industry and the UK ‘Creative Economy’

‘Reclaiming Culture and Creativity from Industry and the UK ‘Creative Economy’:Towards New Configurations of the Artistic System’ This paper was written for and presented at the European Congress on Aesthetics at the National Anthropology Museum, 11 November 2010 and explores the shift of the artistic system in the 20th century to the ‘creative industries’ where...
Re-imagining Culture: How to (and how not to) build a cultural economy

Re-imagining Culture: How to (and how not to) build a cultural economy

Re-imagining Culture: How to (and how not to) build a cultural economy’ is an edited transcript of our first event in May 2010 at A Foundation. The result is an enriching dialogue with speakers John Kieffer, William Wong and Sonya Dyer on the current state of the arts in the UK from governmental to organisational...