Post-Colonial Food Talks & Walks

Last September, reimagine your city team went to the Europe Lab 2023 in the Netherlands, a social laboratory and networking programme on the topic of the legacy of colonialism in Eastern and Western Europe, organised by Civil Society Forum. As a result, we connected with other inspiring participants and developed a series of events, uniting […]

Hovering Across Time: sound sculptures

The project focuses on specific transformed sites in Berlin and Chișinău — places where once Berlin Wall stood and where once Jewish historical sites were, including Choral Synagogue and Jewish Ghetto. The role of sites changes as the history of humankind flows, and two cities together hover around the chronology of history* beyond their physical distance. →

Listening with ghosts: performative ghost walk and soundscape

Through interactive ghosts walks in Chișinău and Berlin, the artist and performer Lindi Dedek explores questions such as what is a ghost and how does it relate to us? Were cities ever made by or for humans? Can sound unlock the portal to non-human perceptions? →

eat borders: sound and dining installation

eat borders is a sound and dining installation that invites participants to reflect upon the radical potential of the garden and the practice of gardening in the city.
A table gathers together five stories that are accessible by text, audio, and food. The stories collectively analyse the concept of urban gardening by deconstructing some of the conventional ‘borders’ that are imposed upon gardens and which keep the practice of gardening in a rather dormant state. Such borders deny gardening its potential as a transformative force within the city and future cities for nurturing sustainable, edible, and solidary environments. →

Healing Garden: From Industrial City to Urban Healing

The immersive audio walk takes on a journey through Rustavi, a Georgian city with a rich history and a unique industrial legacy. Participants are invited to explore Rustavi’s past, its struggles with air pollution, economic challenges, and the therapeutic potential of urban environments. The first episode unfolds at the Rustavi metallurgical plant, where we delve […]

Details of Dolne Miasto: Public Archive of Traces

The project serves as a documentation of reflections and explorations into the visual identity of the Dolne Miasto neighborhood in Gdansk and the remnants of its industrial past. It attempts to capture the ongoing transformation within the area. Wanting to preserve certain architectural moments, Julia created some kind of public archive with its traces. In […]

Alter Leipziger Bahnhof – Traces of the Invisible

The unused Leipzig train station, located in the city center and spanning 27 hectares, is a site of contention. The objective of the project is to amplify the voices of the often overlooked groups that have maintained the area for the last three decades. The goal is to bring attention to the site itself, highlighting […]

Urbanization: Architecture in Action

The students of the Zaporizhzhia Polytechnic ventured outside the university walls to create a lively and welcoming public space, simultaneously laying the foundation for an active youth community in architecture and urban planning. Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine, faces several challenges in architecture and urbanism. The city lacks suitable avenues for informal architectural education, and there is a […]

What is your radical act of care?

The artistic laboratory initiated a continuous, experimental and participatory process including artistic interventions, discussions and workshops, to rethink and reclaim space for care in public realm. Manifesto In a system of oppression, specifically a capitalist, cis-hetero patriarchal, white supremacist one, which systematically builds a hierarchy of discrimination against our bodies — racialised, classified and genderizes […]