The city is a complex and incomplete event, a space and a condition at the same time, and that is why a city today is completely different from what it was centuries ago. This process of becoming should be perceived with caution, because sometimes cities might end up in a tragic event – cities might lose their ‘citiness’. Democracy is at stake here. In order to understand these processes, it is necessary to focus on a couple of particular questions. What is a city and who owns it?
Our correspondent Phillipe Eynaud zooms in on the work of our hub Les Têtes de l’Art which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.
The conference is a part of the programme of the platform Operacija grad: Upgrade. Through advocacy activities and public events …
Reflection on the relationship between artistic practices and the quality of democracy illustrated by Political Critique’s activities in Ursus – a post-industrial district of Warsaw, Poland.
Our correspondent Ovidiu Ţichindeleanu reports and reflects on the Days of Public Space organised by Oberliht, our hub in Chişinău, on September 13-17, 2016.