Sunday, 14 June 2015
Andreas Lang on Radical Cities / March against Austerity
Andreas Lang talks Radical Cities and the sharing economy, DEN-City (27-28 June Fish Island, Hackney Wick) curated by Rebecca Feiner and the common shop mini residency programme. He is a current and founding member of the Public Work Groups which produces socio-special, architectural and discursive spaces. Alice Foster cheerleads and connects with the march against austerity in London via web-news.
From the public works group website:
'We are an art and architecture practice working within and towards public space.
All public works projects address the question how the public realm is shaped by its various users and how existing dynamics can inform further proposals. Our focus is the production and extension of a particular public space through participation and collaborations. Projects span across different scales and address the relation between the informal and formal aspects of a site.
Our work produces social, architectural and discursive spaces.
Outputs include socio-spatial and physical structures, public events and publications.
public works is a London based non-for-profit company. Current members are Torange Khonsari, Andreas Lang who work with an extended network of project related collaborators
The practice has been growing organically since 1999, with its initial founding members Kathrin Böhm, Sandra Denicke-Polcher,Torange Khonsari, Andreas Lang and Stefan Saffer working in different constellations until 2006 before formally coming together as public works.'
with Alice Foster
Posted by Jude Cowan Montague at 02:36