EPHEMERAL MONUMENTS & CULTURAL PUBLIC IDENTITIES
What is the invisible transformation of the concept of public space? How do we use our mental images of the present to reconstruct our past and our future? How can we develop our cultural memory and behavior in the current, urban social structure? The concept of public space has been the subject of study among many disciplines, complementing each other. J. Habermas views the public space as an indivisible and essential component. My proposals concern the exploration of public space, related to cultural memory and identities, researching the creation and the function of collective memory and behavior in public space.
#ARCT / A Collective conscious walking in the city. Through cultural activities and performances in public space, I propose a unique Technic of Collective conscious walking in the city, group choreographic innovations, related to memory and the experience in public space ( using also, the technology and mapping of the community platform: ‘’Bubble spaces.live’’ ).
A community platform (internet) and technological application, related in physical areas - mapping spatially and digitally the public space.
#BIMA / COMMON MEMORY
Installation- A mobile monument-base without the statue, with the signal ‘’monument’’ placed, illegally, in different locations in the city, calling artists, passers-by, refugees to make their proposals of the ideal monument, creating an open dialogue with the audience, in the present.