Bankruptcy is understood as the moment when an economical system declares its inability of sustaining it self and enters another cycle of operation promoting, often radical, measures of restructuring. Can we think of bankruptcy not in terms of failure or collapse -due to past choices- or in terms of utopian and idealized possibilities but as another set of operations that call for a different kind of economy? Or can the processes of restructuring anticipate a new kind of architecture?

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