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Borders, Frontiers and Limits That are Not Always Visible by Zaida Muxí for Roca Gallery

A talk about social and urban inequalities women face by Zaida Muxí Martínez for Roca Gallery.

In her article, Zaida points out how still in 2021 we live in a world where women face limits related to work and to the access to the use and enjoyment of time and space. She mentions “As female architects and urban planners we are not an exception, we are also affected by situations in the workplace such as the so-called glass ceiling, motherhood, hypermasculinized work spaces or environments, and the visible astonishment still caused by a professional woman in certain circumstances or positions.”

Read the full article on Roca Gallery

Main Image: Women face limits, borders and frontiers that generate inequalities in the professional and personal spheres. Image by Greg Shield/Unsplash


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