The SPACES social study established a reflection line to our actions carried out in public space and set them in a broader context. With an interdisciplinary approach researchers and activists, artists and architects worked on specific subjects in the four countries. Find their results below! We are proud to say that similar analyses for our partner countries were missing until this point. Several of these articles are also published in our main SPACES catalogue.
We hope that these research results will inspire theorists and practioniers, students and professionals in their approaches to public space.
Articles resulting from the SPACES social studies
Gendered Space and political Statement in Armenia by Arevik Martirosyan (English version)
For the Russian version click here.
Mapping Friendship: the Challenges of the Contemporary Art Scene in Armenia by Taguhi Torosyan
The City Belongs to Everybody: Claiming Public Spaces in Chisinau by Vitalie Sprinceana
Underground Passages, Parks, Squares with Historical Monuments, Boulevards - Places of Public Spaces Ready for Art? by Heidi Dumreicher, Bettina Kolb, Richard S. Levine
The Challenges of the Public Space by Igor Tyschenko
Commonality Beyond the Boundaries of the Post-Socialist by Anna Khyvl