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Right To The Garden: an urban planning interpretive dance

Posted September 5th, 2017 by SFUFF in General

#urbanplanning #interptretivedance #valletta2018 #curatorialschool2017 Under the guidance of international curator Fulya Erdemci our group developed, in 48 hours with paper, tape and our bodies, what might be the first ever urban planning interpretive dance narrating our research and findings on the future of Valletta and cities worldwide.

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The final presentation of a 5-day curatorial school workshop on the opportunity of art in the public domain to question who has the right to the city as neoliberalism has effectively abandoned the needs of the people over the sanctity of the state and the flow of capital. Check out the video attached and let me know what you think!