- # Social
- # Environment
- # Other
„Here is the brain of the monster, here you have to fight!“ Che Guevara to Jean Ziegler, 1964, Genf
Visitors often feel lost in between parking slots, huge billboards, shopping malls, commercial buildings and no mans land.
It seems hopeless to find answers, in these often misanthropic and wicked seeming areas that were built primary for a commercial world. But if we look closer, we discover a magical parallel-world of „otherness“ that was never planned.
This is the field of activity for a new generation of political thinking and acting architects, armed with some kind of guerrilla-tactics to continuously occupy neuralgic spaces. To prevent undeveloped land and „r-urban niches“ from a global sell-out they open them for citizens as a field of possibilities to enable new neighbourhoods and living spaces that create new identities.