Posts Tagged ‘Uncommon Land’

Invisible Lines

December 4, 2013

  This book documents Uncommon Land, an urban intervention project that I led. This project explores how public space is used and controlled and in particular, how privatised public space is regulated. Through flash mob events, online mapping and video documentation, Uncommon Land aims to explore the growing trend of pseudo-public spaces governed by their own set of rules and regulations. The […]

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Uncommon Land

May 28, 2012

Uncommon Land is an urban intervention project which explores how public space is used and controlled and in particular, how pseudo-public space is regulated. Ownership and control of public spaces and public services are gradually being transferred to private corporations. Often this transfer of power alters how the public perceives and uses the city, especially these […]

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