Urban affects

A collection of images and thoughts on design, aesthetics and performative urban culture.
If no references or links, photos and statements are my own.

Recent temporary design by Raumlabor: “BANG BANG is analyzing the urban landscape in an active way: collecting, reflecting, interacting, presenting, connecting, interpreting, communicating and defining. BANG BANG is a new concept of variable and ephemeral public space where various programs for the local community, such as workshops for residents, concerts, movies, lectures, conferences, neighborhood meetings, and diverse performances can be held at different locations by making appropriate changes to its structure according to the purpose of the setup or surrounding environment.”

- Raumlabor. More on the project 

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