Fighting for the right to the city with a pillow and a coffee cup!
Urban explorations in Vienna trying to discover different dimensions of transition.
Discovering new dimensions of labour and values assigned to it apart from monetary aspects.
Examining forms of protest and resistance. How are seeds of solidarity planted in social movements?
Creating a network for arts and crafts in post-industrial Bulgaria to support traditional crafts.
Addressing one of the tragic social drawbacks of China's rapid economic development.
A project adressing the significance of death and cementeries for (national) identities.
A project dealing with the effects of bureaucratic lunacy on individual lives.
A tour in Vienna in memory of deported Hungarian Jewish forced laborers in 1944/45.
A project dealing with the material translations of indentities.
A project about culturally defined perceptions of waste.
Visually impaired use photography to show us a different way to perceive and discover the city.
Dealing with deterrent design in public space, adressing subtle strategies of exclusion.
Using the medium radio as a tool to communicate with and avoid the victimisation of refugees.
A project using creative tools for engagement with the local community in Lovech, Bulgaria.
Café Namsa is a social business that functions as a bridge to the labourmarket for refugees.
Turnover = to bring the bottom to the top or vice versa; to invert
Intensive distribution of positive impulses through sticky notes in a politically heated atmosphere.
Narrative Interventions as Strategy for Site Description and Social Transformation
An Exhibition + a site intervention to enhance the resources of ‘Nordbahnof’.
How could you give your organ to a stranger?
The ship is the heterotopia par excellence. Michel Foucault
GELATI TALKS was a public installation to challenge discourse within upcoming socio-spatial changes.
A public square as open platform for the University of Applied Arts Vienna
“The Invisibles” addresses the situation of Roma people in Bulgaria and Macedonia
OMI is an investigation into the the potentials for Re-use and Urban Mining of construction waste.
The potential of second hand book stores for a community
Connecting passengers of the train between Bratislava and Vienna through of stories of commuters.
The facade of an elderly home as medium for communication
An initiative that promotes social encounters by movement in the city
Reframing the traditional urban planning perspective by emphasizing the idea of ‘human’ elements