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For Breezeblock #36, editors María Victoria Londoño-Becerra, Juana Salcedo, and María Mazzanti discuss with Todd Brown how architecture in its different scales is perceived as racialized. During the conversation, they delve into how socio-spatial imaginaries about marginalized groups shape both the production and perception of space and what is the relationship between production and perception. Todd Brown is an architect, environmental psychologist, and critical race spatial theorist.