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Through critical speculation our articles highlight and or challenge current circumstances which impact the lived reality of the city and its spatial dynamics...

 

Public realm walks

 

 

 

The purpose of protest is to disrupt existing social, political and economic constructs. This underlying principle is key to understanding the contested territory of the public realm; where the gathering of a self-defined group expresses the opinions of individuals whose only other recourse to ‘dēmokratía’ – and the rule of the people; is the now rather ineffective voting system...[click here for more]

 

 

 

Power and the Public realm

 

 

 

 

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