ENE MENE MUH UND WELCHE STADT WILLST DU?

Contributions to the Berlin elections in the fall of 2016
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Against the backdrop of debates on housing policy, urban development and civic participation, this exhibition will examine the relationship between politics, economy, and actors in civil society in Berlin over the past decades. The central motif of the exhibition is the concept of participation, used to reflect upon and link the experience and practice of various urban policy initiatives. Shelly Arnstein’s model of a “ladder of participation” will serve as a point of departure for the attempt to articulate new images and forms of self-organization, negotiation and administration of the capitalized city.

Fri, 9 Sep, 19.00h
10 Sep 20163 Oct 2016

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