Architectures of Quarantine & Containment

One very inter­est­ing addi­tion to the pub­lic space is how we are con­di­tion­ing and defin­ing the pub­lic space with regards to even­tu­al attacks. And it’s chang­ing the land­scape rad­i­cal­ly. And the very first knee-jerk reac­tion was con­crete blocks in front of many insti­tu­tions. Now they’re try­ing to design these con­crete blocks so they seem some­thing which is part of the land­scape but the pres­ence and the robust­ness is still so vio­lent that it’s hard to hide the inten­tion.

ASU KEDtalks: What Your Poop Says About Your Health

The gut micro­bio­me is asso­ci­at­ed with many meta­bol­ic and gas­troin­testi­nal dis­eases, like obe­si­ty, Type 2 dia­betes, and inflam­ma­to­ry bow­el dis­ease. 60 to 70 mil­lion peo­ple are affect­ed by diges­tive dis­or­ders, and over 97 bil­lion pre­scrip­tions are writ­ten annu­al­ly to treat these debil­i­tat­ing ill­ness­es. But a poor diet is the most impor­tant fac­tor that can deter­mine whether you get meta­bol­ic and gas­troin­testi­nal dis­eases.