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Grashina Gabelmann & Fabian Saul

Flaneur Magazine

http://www.flaneur-magazine.com

Berlin, Germany
Grashina Gabelmann and Fabian Saul are the editors-in-chief of Flaneur Magazine, a nomadic, multi-disciplinary and award-winning publication focusing on one street per issue. Since its inception, it has morphed into a collaborative cultural platform that redefines a street’s space-time continuum by embracing its complexity, its layers, and its fragmented nature through a literary approach. Recently they gave a geo-explorative workshop within Rotterdam’s architecture festival ZigZagCity.

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Flaneuring Neglected Crossroads

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Flaneuring Neglected Crossroads
Strategies of flaneuring open discourses on peripheries in a series of multi-disciplinary workshops.
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The workshops will be set up at neglected cross-roads between the peripheries and the city centers. These places serve as material allowing new perspectives by employing narrative strategies of flaneuring and cross-disciplinary collaboration. The editors of Flaneur Magazine will introduce and moderate these interventions on site. After a phase of reading the place through different research techniques, participants, chosen through an open call, will produce work that challenges their usual practice and allows a deeper understanding of the space. The result will be a printed magazine incorporating multiple voices. In times of rising efforts to re-think the periphery, the workshop will expand these discourses by employing literary strategies to face spaces that have not been part of the canonic narrative. Combining multi-disciplinary approaches, emerging talent, and local communities will spark unforeseen solutions and dialogues on the future of the dissected peripheries.


NEW CITY GATES


Flaneuring Neglected Crossroads

NEW CITY GATES


Flaneuring Neglected Crossroads
Strategies of flaneuring open discourses on peripheries in a series of multi-disciplinary workshops.
File under

The workshops will be set up at neglected cross-roads between the peripheries and the city centers. These places serve as material allowing new perspectives by employing narrative strategies of flaneuring and cross-disciplinary collaboration. The editors of Flaneur Magazine will introduce and moderate these interventions on site. After a phase of reading the place through different research techniques, participants, chosen through an open call, will produce work that challenges their usual practice and allows a deeper understanding of the space. The result will be a printed magazine incorporating multiple voices. In times of rising efforts to re-think the periphery, the workshop will expand these discourses by employing literary strategies to face spaces that have not been part of the canonic narrative. Combining multi-disciplinary approaches, emerging talent, and local communities will spark unforeseen solutions and dialogues on the future of the dissected peripheries.



Idea by

Grashina Gabelmann & Fabian Saul
Flaneur Magazine
Berlin
Germany
Grashina Gabelmann and Fabian Saul are the editors-in-chief of Flaneur Magazine, a nomadic, multi-disciplinary and award-winning publication focusing on one street per issue. Since its inception, it has morphed into a collaborative cultural platform that redefines a street’s space-time continuum by embracing its complexity, its layers, and its fragmented nature through a literary approach. Recently they gave a geo-explorative workshop within Rotterdam’s architecture festival ZigZagCity.