Hacking Urban Furniture: VIP Box , Re-Defining the Semi-Public
In the framework of Hacking Urban Furniture research project, KUNSTrePUBLIK invited artist-duo Adam Page and Eva Hertzsch to redesign their previous work Executive Box, made for Documenta X (Kassel, 1997). Work has been re-contextualised asking important questions of ownership, privilege and the right-to-the-city when it comes to shared infrastructures.
What do people share in post-communist cities? What new sharing practices have appeared in Central and Eastern European cities? Find out more in the second issue of the international edition of the Magazyn Miasta / Cities Magazine - launched in June and now available ONLINE!
MICHIEL DE LANGE: Strengthening public values through data
An interview on urban data, citizen engagement strategies and smart city with Michiel de Lange: The bottom line of any municipal data project is to strengthen public values through data The role of data in today’s cities is already pretty huge and will only become more important. […] a yet untapped potential of using data for engaging citizens with their environment, and allowing them to have a say in the future of their cities.
JUNE 15, 2018, PRAGUE: What sharing practices are currently employed in Central and Eastern Europe? Do we still want to live together? Is it even possible?Join our discussion and the launch of the second international issue of the acclaimed Magazyn Miasta/ Cities Magazine on sharing in post-communist cities.
Prague, May 16th, 2018: web portal Protisedi.cz has interviewed Osamu Okamura on topic of Shared Cities: Creative Momentum and his attitudes to sharing.
You have a unique opportunity to find out what has brought Osamu Okamura to the topic of sharing and what he thinks about sharing in Prague!
The Art of Sharing: Meet reSITE’s and KUNSTrePUBLIK residents
This spring reSITE and KUNSTrePUBLIK announced four two-month residencies at the Center for Art and Urbanistics / Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik (ZK/U) in Berlin.
The goal of the residencies is to produce contemporary artistic positions and analyses related to the theme: Share your heart. Share your city.
Who are the residents whose work will epitomize sharing and collaboration in cities?
In Search of Collective Cultural Infrastructures. Belgrade-Prague. Shared Cities Diaries #8
It has been a while since cultural infrastructures were rethought beyond its institutional setup, including also informal cultural producers and to some extend local communities. This turn, together with growing interests of the authorities for the participation practices, was a starting point in thinking about accessibility as a precondition to shared and later eventually adopted as common.