10 Sep “Über Urbane Praxis” #9
The tenth conversation of the drift dialogues with Harry Sachs from ZK/U:
How does a place become a civic stage that maintains an ongoing dialogue between residents and urban development? During the walk in Moabit, Harry Sachs talks about the value of a cultural place like ZK/U, which is proactive and has been forming an independent space through its own practice since 2012.
The advantages of a permanent place that is anchored in the neighborhood as a hybrid institution and is part of the urban society? As an approachable place for residents and administration, various actors are involved and discussions are opened!
What might a network of cultural and social spaces look like that reinforce each other and generate common infrastructures?
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