ISSUE 25_ FWD FWD FWD _COPIED FROM CRISTINA GOBERNA _SUBJECTS_ #PEDAGOGY #ARCHITECTURESCHOOL DEAR ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL... _FWD: FWD: FWD: The only possible relation with architecture education today is a criminal one.FWD: FWD: The only possible relation with architecture education today is a criminal one. FWD: The only possible relation with architecture education today is a criminal one. The only possible relation with architecture education today is a criminal one. We need to stop being good professionals of universities, good bureaucrats, good CEOs, good advisers for good job-seeking students, good professors teaching students to become skilful workers, to become our cheap workforce indeed. Professionalisation begins accepting certain ways of doing things in the institution, accepting the aesthetics of the institution, the economic categories of the institution, its exclusions and discriminations, accepting the privatisation of knowledge, its censorship. The opposite of professionalisation is that of the fugitive, and the criminal impulse, the illicit desire to make knowledge accessible, accumulated, to steal its privatisation, to protect its productive uselessness, to avoid its demise. Let's betray the professionalism of architectural programs, the good manners and market-driven limitations of knowledge. Let's betray the idea of a useful and pragmatic university. Text by Cristina Goberna, who copied Paul B. Preciado speaking at the event 'About Cultural Politics in Barcelona' that took place at the Wurttenbergischer Kunstverein in Stuttgart, on November 2015, which was copied from Fred Moten and Stefano Marney's essay, “The University and the Undercommons”, Social text, Vol. 22, No. 2, Duke University Press, 2004. . . .