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thank you also for all of your patience in waiting 1 we took care of a couple of tech glitches of Republic has run so smoothly so far so something that happens with the otherwise wouldn't to perfect and thankfully we have great stage team and everybody what that out so thanks already for the wonderful introduction am I would
like to say a couple more words about the format and why we're doing this here today before we take off with this discussion as was already said other places public spaces has been an event series which took part in 3 installment so say we had 3 discussions in the beautiful image that come much which has at this stage moderated to says 1 the co-hosts of this event series along the bit Institute and the idea behind the series was to have a global reflection on life in the city life and other spaces and how we want to shape it in future and and the special thing about this format is that and we're really a truly enjoy engaging in a global discussion because we have panelists unit but we also have speakers connected to us from the corners of the world of far so we will always joined by 2 different locations to different cities cities like Johannesburg South Powell and discuss these matters from a truly global perspective and so for this year's Republican because of Osub conference future cities with or have not included the to do to the summary of this discussion here on stage and connect to the most vibrant cities in Europe the symbol and then and have kind of like a best around west of round of the event series and I define encourage you to check out the video so all the content that is produced is available online the use of walls and discuss a series also the website a lot materials and we have a wealth of knowledge around this topic you to check out so that was the whole matter had 2 and the discussion topics really focused around questions like who owns the city who gets to decide how the cities developed and
future and also very normative perspective on what makes this city and I think it's safe to say that although we were joined by very different applications with very different social and economic structures some of the underlying genes will always be the same so whether it was out out people or on the
trade of then discussing core issues around on rising rents city skating unaffordable for people to live in investors owning a city rather than the citizens commercialization of public space the majority of voters photometric station was just mentioned already and also questions around migration and how to create a city that welcomes all people including people seeking refuge we really underlying topics along all these debates and 1 very important perspective that we've been trying to bring in is how can artists and activists how to impact and reaching the city and that is what we'd like to be discussing here today I might have had this already
introduced and would like to begin to reflect a little bit more on the what they do and also released a materials onto the fact so reaction you're not an island is activist from the simple we can watch the little then about some of the what they were doing recurrently would you like to tell them that what we're gonna see and some of the topics that you've been working on thank you for the 1 do we didn't use the time not mistaken is not prepared by me but a friend of mine directive knows them but you will see you in all all we will often
transformation that is taking place in the stumbled that would give a pretty clear idea of the scale of this top-down process of spatial change how it is that of it has an impact on the different groups in the city and the potential of this they claims from the bottom of claims from the people to this process uh 1 of the little scenes that you will you will may be identified as a mapping the uh project that just using the in the video that I would like like to liberate more the after the do because that is 1 of our collective work that you've been working for since the gives about uprising in 2 of them to the extent that the paper at it and that
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and the band took the the public housing administration of the municipalities 1st choose a neighborhood with high profit margins following the approval of the Ministry of Environment and urbanization the Council of Ministers declares the neighborhood a disaster risk areas under the threat of appropriations residents are forced to sell their houses to the developed either they sent to the human that what you might OK on the periphery of the city or they settle for a few cents a move on those who resist their own demolished kind and often the construction starts despite ongoing court cases as their border decisions In the subcontracting system devised to maximize profits the non unionized workers are treated like slaves face set up the buildings rise rapidly foreign capital and Turkey either through the stock exchange for in the form of credits this capital on the 1 hand finances is a construction firms and on the other tries to increase demand through housing credits In this way the money cycle is a financial sector is completed the construction firm leaves the same with its profits the new homeowner is left that that that they were tried to in stay back for the rest of their life In this system each housing unit that is produced news new debts for families you just included in this period all the the blue motion about realism is mortgages all results including each answer during that you'll need is like a mile the these using in NATO lowlands sector Asia US English the word again terms the true Jin Chai and Si Learn is you know I really so talked to changes the situation such policies which will show
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mentioned I mean the during the and that we just so in this film are shocking corrupt criminal and can you explain like how you try with the with the mapping project but
also with the law the right to speak out against this the overwhelming and very destructive powers that have been shown in this case set of just to clarify when I can assume that this all meaning review also makes you feel quite the same an ordinary citizens want something drastically changing image of a like a summer and citizens where the how they're coping but I can't tell you due do the resistance from the grants is dynamic is the destruction that is taking place so it's not a very very simple wrinkle hopeless situation right now but I was checking my twitter account right now in stumble on to public spaces a very active mobilization taking place 1 useful and Armenian communities heritage building another in public part so that people citizens stumble large very much uh interacting in resisting to this poses that you have seen it I think that's very encouraging to hear especially if it was on I would say in the news here you do not have caused lines from all
these things that which is which is here and it seems like after having seen this video that is not was not like a one-off incident about what demonstrating about other Canada they did agree with that is that the tip of the iceberg this fall avalanche of of of of planning that is really not healthy for the city or its inhabitants this is important point is the use of force
cannot be some of the common it was it was a brilliant all you contrasting this institution crisis that we all face In the glow from New West Germany to Turkey and how the representative democracy is not really a satisfying us as citizens but then the protest movement he was arguing that also at this on flaws and you disappoint uprising is 1 of the example where the protest movement in the and were quite fragile wouldn't really toppled the government or the arid on as its main demand which was running was telling that I was thinking that was really our main uh demand at that time this questionable but the main thing whether whether I want to say the gives a might still stays of a plot and stumble and that is if you think of this kind of scale and the determination of there those who take the decision and the and the corporations to change the city 1 support two-phase applied is already bit I think that is achievement and again I find it for courage and here that it
is so much protest going on and the movement as you describe it is growing rapidly and shrinking because again what we get in the news here was the complete in violent crushing of the protesters in this festival artistic protest also gives epoch so and C is very encouraging people still managed up that's our the 1 thing that also connect us that the beginning in
the in the video that was emphasizing how foreign direct investment are coming to the city while all these buildings are coming up also a lot of workers in the construction sector they were losing their life so that might that must be shocking for you I so that you will taking somewhat number but believe me that story doesn't really should have sound to usage and following story because it directly connects you most of you guys especially those from Germany to people in the stomach but 1 of 2 projects that we that as well and 1 of the project that I work on site with the people that suffer that's a shopping mall project a dual 115 million euro investment investment coming from Germany not gonna give the name of the company which 1 of the biggest shopping mall company in whole Europe to the university this shopping mall project in the stomach during the construction of a shopping mall the level workers they why because the virus wouldn't not appropriate barracks that you will have to fulfill in Germany based on the regulations of labor safety but they were putting barracks made out of plastic tents and Attensity firing 2012 liberal would on a cold what the were
organization we support legally those families lost their family members intersection and many other accidents but can you see that very direct connection that the investment the money that comes from here to open the public should be more that actually a very public space in the city that also claimed the lives all of workers that seem to be impossible here and because of the the code of conduct regulations etc. receptor so this is the kind of conviction that these we need we need to open up our rise and when we talk about different cities like Berlin many we stumbled that you are not that different we really connected from the village and the unless we make this connection visible through various mechanisms including part of mappings group the digital world and the view resistance on industries that we don't have any right to be shot this figure you I've been thinking about
that because I am a waiter of on discussions that we had in other and his was so powerful it kept getting back to the point that all that acts this site you watching an artistic was you know what these issues on the same issues on some holidays next amplifier movement of retaining the cities anyway and support each other and I think it is really great effort to keep thinking about how that pin and scale past outside of the events themselves and you you to this that project a lot about these things are there are there are already some connections perhaps internationally on other platforms on the edge of networks that you trying to engage led to and final work on 1 of the work that we do do the mapping that you
cease to collect the words to collective data compiling initialization political metrics of his position where we start doing because of what the price we get in the part of you interested artists researchers from different places and we we set questioning exactly like this program was questioning the beginning calls this city you create this is the what is the and 1 1 1 issue for us the important issue was well what these
companies and what qualities elite that make such decisions is tuning upon a shopping mall opening new into a residential gentrified area another real companies real and the who's behind so be studnet making a network map that can help with the contribution from citizens around the world and this must eventually come up into a really clear picture of what is the problem mechanism behind this destructive process that you were seeing and the more of this keep mapping more intonational actors started in the U 1 of the ways I could think of cooperating eventually thinking also these mapping of the actors in a global scale you know what are these kind of factors that we connect post people in rural and stumbled are being written by the same actors on how on many of these vectors are the same a receptor-receptor so this is 1 of the concrete mechanism that I can think of and also a lot about it when just
of the film again and the word constructions of was used I had to think again about when we set in Munich are connected and with stumbled the last time we also had some power talking and uh the question about the megacities
than for me to some power laws would you recommend relating to go for the Olympic Games after the experiences and was the middle constructions happening around the world of football champion and ship in the whole of Brazil where these sort of what they called white elephants were left behind oversized stadiums that actually you know nobody had use for and in the same moment this and putting up of prices of apartments happened to simultaneously so that was before the decision then was taken you probably know that now by now Berlin is out of the race for the Olympic Games and I think after what's Brazil told us we're quite happy about knowing that and we are as I think in a in a city which is a bit different as extremely just before pointed out a unique is much more of a garden just when it comes to the question of gentrification in the worst sense of the the idea of the military of all got and so there's this if he has time to away build up and learning for instance from a stumbled forms and of resistance when you also do a lot of projects where you try
to reflect on some of the global commonalities between spaces and places sensitive to visualize all you to dies of documents and at yet basically progression and have culture in different ways and I believe he also was an interior shell of of the project the freezing engine laxity thinking yeah I might actually adequately show some pictures about a project which just started yesterday which is why I'm
drinking this anti headache things here and so it's an it's a project where every partly doing what you just to I think we're talking about the I and I think it's that private little resistance is against the bigger than centralized decisions and or when I heard Zygmunt Bauman talk earlier today about the private I thought maybe we have to find answers to these maker constructions and may God um political projects around from a decentralized and international points of view when the project we just opened yesterday is called a house visits Europe and I think it is possible to
show I think we can see some of photography is just of the yesterday I 1st run some of this is the sort of the postcard so
it's the project with the protocol which is my artistic company that I work together and the idea is basically that um Europe seems to be normally a topic of I'm I'm talking about the European Union 1st of all that people think it is handled in Brussels uh by people that people the voters often fuel remotely distant and uh and all the uh against fears that are often expressed in the headlines of the newspaper every day about
Europe are about so this uh decisions being taken somewhere by a body that does not connected
to our local regional experiences and that are strongly opposed by the National pretensions on the other hand so basically the idea of this project is to his let's think of Europe not from a parliament from the center downwards let's think it uh from the homes of people which is probably the most intimate space to contrast um Europe so um we go to the homes and in the next 3 weeks in Berlin 80 homes will take place part in this I'm a theater director so we can announce it through the pablum over theater and basically people want to host the show they can apply and offer their own apartments if they want to you just need space enough for 15 people to sit around the table and uh then you bring to August of URIs and for free and then the theater sense 12 more people with a theater tickets that come to your place and form a sort of a need parliament at least that's what it looks like a problem in the 1st step so here's some
engine stores of uh places where we were yesterday all over the city every day I think today there are 4 shows
happening in some inputs but some imitate some ineffectual looking bought all over Berlin and uh so this is the 1st picture from inside when it starts people basically find little map uh
on the table they start to draw their Europe with
little inscriptions of their
connections are actually how they are it within the continent but also beyond its
and connected than a little a tools starts to perform we call it the pacemaker of the show because it's little instructions for a number
of votes that take place
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connections are and which is basically
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use Republican model it's prohibitive book has also like it's a possible you know how and in so many ways the concept of
Europe is something very abstract and taking it into
people's homes makes it a very personal the fast
reactions and fast and can experiment as well right yeah we had a bit of a good technical issues still because in the
2nd part there are these little devices that use you know um where if you start voting and non anonymously and uh a bit of the probably the
competition between people who take decisions anonymously about others starts to play
into the game uh and that
what in the beginning is looking like a very peaceful need be kind of the
whole Party suddenly turns into quite a fighter but that's had medical area this action the package and
you have programming of those decisions
um was still a bit nasty to us but I like this is to use these digital gadgets and that system that like an analog ballot box it's
got and rating it was an important issue to us you know the values that are from a centralized point again giving to occurrences in Greece and in other
countries and the opinions and how would you suddenly
get into into a position where you are and when the user side and you can't get out of it this this was important to us and it was possible through could kind of rating system that works through these technical devices would be too complex I haven't really fully understand how it exactly works but you basically are playing a game in the end uh which is deciding how much you get out of the cake in a very physical way there is a real being baked while in the people are sitting together and in the very and here it is
the cake and then will be shared and you get as much out of the chair as you have been playing it obviously this then suddenly is not as
harmonious and more than and so powerful cake which is always also of course when you hoping to achieve this project it's starting here billion and it's going to i think
the 10 different cities between discipline and Norway tool that during 1 year we will be in think 800 households and and the decisions taken in the sort of untie Parliament's alright and I haven't really found the word to will house visits India and that's how we call it so far that will be feeding into a digital for the web site that collects the data
and will be a very different kind I guess of a polling system then the polling that you would have normally in that election situation and I'll be curious to observe how that decisions also be included lots are taken in the different countries and in different cities in the different households opinion very big ones in very small ones and the gives what's the shared living in relation but gives us the English term for it um so it's a sort of I think the network that can produce knowledge through the through the longer term and maybe even as they're all interested in these kinds of topics
people that could contribute also to kind of network that you were talking about earlier as well and I have had you feel I mean like we have like I
said in beginning to pursue the most vibrant cities in Europe and even when we're putting together in a list of countries what we consider Europe know we did a very safe decision which is to go by the rules of the European european Song Contest and excluded from 15
nations that are listed under that and but Berlin and Istanbul are connected in so many ways whether it's because we have many Turkish of people octaves origin living in Berlin all out because the cities have and yet have in their geographic position is a very important role to play in in the world and so many other factors and all these commonalities you feel that their differences are being focused on by politicians on rather than seeing the connection points that's at least what it feels like here in Berlin and knows you agree by and what is that like from the toughest perspective and especially someone like
yourself you know is a digital global citizen but also a citizen of the city visible yeah so what if you use a girl was
in Berlin uh quiz work area there was this shack Colgate a condo they were complaining for against gentrification either might still there the attendance of that area where they built this little show and they were mainly Turkish citizens of Berlin and they were protesting by replicating informal settlement of trick you stumble digit quantum meaning built overnight at the center of the public space of the course so I find it quite fascinating someone who's at U. professionally working on this field as well I was at the Shek and there are a lot of people from the church community and they start explaining call the rents are increasing in that area and how they actually make about what it is know they went there 1st and make it a beautiful doable community and now because of the increase of the prices they cannot stay there anymore so they reclaim their public space field theory gives a condo and resisting against this process I find it while great this is no we need that for these people that I was seeing don't quite know common people that uh knots Urban activist person on to but then I was asking you what you think about this process in East on that you see on the right see we do the talk even mass housing projects evicting people gentrification people losing their houses and then I find it quite fascinating where these Turkish committee they become quite protective of Dutch government thing well as different to talk you touched on this providing housing for the people in the stomach but so so the idea will sold the you assume there should be a very direct next connection men but in people's has its origin somehow the farther away from
doing so there was there just when you ask me that have popped into my mind this this idea that we need to do is to of these in trying the former and this is very interesting lecturing with these
projects to get actually the different perspectives have what countries people feel connected to how and I still think that's very interesting when we think about other connections that sometimes it feels so much closer to cities and know somehow and they are far away not necessarily in neighboring countries but also languages said cities which have a huge population overlapping cultural ties seem to have such little exchange
yeah and I think it's interesting said before that a German construct or inverse of us of building those shopping malls in Istanbul I was recently in South America being told a similar story that like me I think it was just 1 big chain of shopping malls being built by again a German in investor and it seems that um this issue which is not maybe the most central issue in the where you still have a lot of neighborhood where shopping is is is not well may be wrong but I wasn't 1 meeting and science have but when even a look at some south America are a symbol I think that the that the shopping mall construction disease somehow it spread already further and replacement of of of of public spheres but I always have the hope that we managed to avoid doing the same mistakes that have been done all over the world you know I was have that and illusion that and then then we can still 5 for having a city where people Nashi afford to live within the cityscape I live in what deeds which is of reading living area and a couple of months ago we're invited to like our neighborhood meeting to hear what is going to happen to an all factory building in everybody's really excited for the neighborhood loads of ideas and you've got that not meeting was only about the investors telling the neighborhood that they can build a shopping mall in there and I sometimes wonder how can we were was still at this tipping point you know but in his doing new things against friend rising M. M. as of now and what what do we need to do to put press the stop button now and to really make sure that some of the very creative things we have going on in the
city like the laws that we have on the green space that needs to be kept up all the vent control that theoretically we still have in the city and how can we sh electrician lots of concept how could we shadows ideas with other cities in the world and make sure that they and it's continue him yeah part of of
uh of strategy can definitely be 0 0 to claim the public space with a different kind of projects that give it a different meaning or even actually reclaim them back from from shopping malls I don't know if they are we still supposed to show little video trailer of remote-access clicking is that around available and because in this project but
often trying to do this to us and we um going with it with a bunch of 50 people um we design a kind of all audio tour through the city that
um goes that reuses that those spaces that are often already half privatize like shopping malls in in in a different way in a partly when what party looks like a flash mob but 1st of all and it's it's a reflection also about the digital and pre definitions off from how we behave you know when CD talks to you and knows everything that where you're supposed to go and what what is supposed to be you need a similar artificial boys in this case talks to you but then does very different things with you so maybe we can just yet again so that 2 minutes trailer and how this is a
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project and uh we a lot of the art like 2 different layers of audiences there are the people that have the headphones and our obviously have the ticket and they take part in it but there are other people also that see certain people do very strange things in a
big masses in those um sometime shopping mall some train stations and um it suddenly and it gives a the the kind of uh um different um uh give yes strategies that that could be a reclaiming the spaces in there and give
them a new meaning again it suddenly takes this is form on yeah I was just reminded also of another project I think we discussed and that's
originated in Istanbul where an artist or the buddhist sleeping in public spaces that yet that maybe even state it better than I can but that's another like artistic intervention in a public space that is very small yet very powerful I found
very you become great famous right after the maybe some of your edits so it right after the police to
take back the the text in square from the demonstrated uh after the occupy movement uh there weren't demonstration was loved in the emotional 1 artist who just start start standing without doing anything you know we just sent and standing still that there's a suppose you can just taken away because he's not doing anything the 2 that becomes inspiration for many of the people around the country and people just start standing in various places in shopping malls and streets in in parts and that was uh quite powerful uh at the end it energize the whole put moment that bystander sometimes small interventions like that can go quite a long way sadly would like this our rushed past have 5 minutes left and so going to give the audience just a chance to see if there are any
questions that it because if the eyes to raise your hand me right now OK that's the only thing most of us think you the 5th no shapes also act as tho and and and the question of and hi this is Mr. found so mentioned by the Turkish community you know how area and
predictive about what's happening in Istanbul worse is what's happening in Berlin and there's similar examples of other places so my program director Robin Antin grad studies did some research in Africa and in India and India there's a caste system and so he she got to people in our at the bottom of the caste system and said he had this infected device that can connect you to people in Africa and they said no we would be better than them or adopt them and so even though it's happening to them in the end they face the same persecution indicated they would need to see anything for other people and I'm wondering how will it we would just having this conversation on how a lot of us we want to work in developing countries but is a lot of things in our own neighborhood that we could help and so like this and ICT Conference in Atlanta and their content has a lot of its own home-grown issues in a lot of people are not paying attention to that and so are there any initiatives that link what's happening in the global south maybe with what's happening in cities in developed countries and now they're making people more aware of what's happening around them to the kind of the example the generating give cause thing we were not very connected to the base a living in we had a lot more about it in the media for about far of yeah
no yeah there are a lot of initiatives that the try to breach these in different universes let's say but I totally agree with you that there's a lot to do in ah all neighborhood on our homes cities and uh and and our streets that we should uh kind of which are energy back onto on this level and then try to connect various struggles that cake metaphor was quite interesting and it's really the case the cake is our cities and know this is
exactly how it is this is there and there we are not there on the table that is the major problem where ever you go I stumbled Berlin or or or any other city and the other guys usually guides man sitting there In of corporations and and and big power elite and deciding for city and that is the main issue that the cake we have to realize that our cities a cake and if you don't see the round together with our fellow neighbors we will just get a little slice of little static again and this is the group I
think that going to have any more questions is that what he wants to us I think I think that's also Sally or we have time for that is this arrow yes 1 or as a session on focus terms necessary but they want it in the fictional and I just was wondering if the defecation approach is perhaps the not that doesn't have enough impact and it's quite distance to see you do is you watch tremendous changes in our cities and then to gain if I have to entertain and to have a guided tour I wonder if this is enough for them it's just a question to you the and I I think it's very much that
thinking works um through uh and and coming out of my 1st up when I left school was a journal is journalist and I'm all of our projects always come up with a lot of research in the beginning but they try to find the form that communicates in a more interactive way then the classical journalism I was doing in newspapers costs was was doing I think that is very important to tool um move away from the one-way channel information systems but this doesn't mean that our projects solved situations I think they can focus their can sensibilize um people about it and they can um make people see of we're maybe not as powerless as you said in the beginning we might not be alone uh we might have a chance to sort of um incorrect around tables with people that and you use you in every 1 of these tables you get connected suddenly to people that that you wouldn't normally um be have met before and from there on I guess obviously political initiatives have to to to move on because the history distribution of the cake will not the real cake will not be decided in there in a playful game that you buy a theater ticket for that's clear thank you
so much I mean I would like to to close the session now and I really like the water and tagged with me very warmly stuff Katie and as his head yes I'm method of the I'm going to do the same effect as in the beginning Chester yes-answer function given them a real big round of applause for me please I think if there
I think if I had task that we have the opportunity to disk continue this discussion here but I would really like to encourage any you listening to the talk life now will any of you can watch the video of this talk to get in touch with us on the panel was 1 of them new websites are available in online so our always Republican or so is that of his public spaces platform and I think you know this out call to action that you made earlier that we should connect people interested in on a supporting this movement of mapping information on bringing more transparency in Open Data into how investors actually swallowing up our city states and to find ways to empower citizens to act against it I would really like to encourage anybody who's interested in doing this to get in touch with us because I think it would be great if this is the starting point to a kind of
European or even global initiative like that and and the discussion doesn't end here so I hope to hear more about that soon and yes thank you both very very much
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Titel Urban Places – Public Spaces
Serientitel re:publica 2015
Teil 142
Anzahl der Teile 177
Autor Bastion, Geraldine de
Adanalı, Yaşar Adnan
Kaegi, Stefan
Lizenz CC-Namensnennung - Weitergabe unter gleichen Bedingungen 3.0 Deutschland:
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DOI 10.5446/31965
Herausgeber re:publica
Erscheinungsjahr 2015
Sprache Englisch
Produktionsort Berlin

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Abstract The commercialization of public space, the tensions between inhabitants and immigrants, resource shortages and the increasing inaffordability of living space are some of the core issues cities across the globe – from Johannesburg to Sao Paolo – but also across Europe, from Rotterdam, Munich to Madrid and Istanbul are facing.

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