13.5.2008, 17:00 Uhr - 19:00 Uhr


Dänisches Architekturzentrum Kopenhagen
Dansk Arkitektur Center, Strandgade 27B, 1401 Copenhagen
(auf Karte anzeigen)


Bauhaus Kolleg, Goethe-Institut Dänemark, Copenhagen X, Dansk Arkitektur Center

urbikon verantwortlich
Michael Grzesiak,


Benny Jepsen, BUREAU DETOURS, Thorbjørn Reuter Christiansen, Kjersti Wikstrøm, Edouard Soares (Architekt Bauhaus Kolleg), Gustavo Ribeiro, Wilfried Hackenbroich

Public intervention is an upcoming medium in urban planning, which can be used as contemporary participatory strategies and make spatial logics behind urban developments transparent. A public panel discussion at the Danish Architecture Centre is to focus on the possibilities and risks of artistic intervention in the context of urban planning.

The artists will exhibit examples of artistic intervention, and together with the panel they will debate public intervention as planning tools in the context of the recent transnational developments in the Oresund region. The discussion will primarily address the main issue of the debate on public intervention: Could public intervention become a regular tool in the process of urban planning? Could public intervention function as catalysts for critical spatial devel¬opments? Or are they merely functioning as alibis for private region makers for commercial purposes?

The debate takes place in continuation of public intervention in Copenhagen and Malmö, initiated by THE BAUHAUS KOLLEG, an inter-disciplinary urban studies programme at Foundation Bauhaus Dessau. The intervention will take place on 9 and 10 of May 2008, and will be used to exchange ideas about the effects and future of these transnational urban developments.


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