Since the financial crisis, there has been an upswing in the development of (new) economic models, which should serve public interests. Parallel, urban planning is increasingly characterized by de-industrialization, de-regulation, and privatization with architects, urbanists, and more and more artists taking active parts in the process.
How can art influence the modern city? Barbara Holub and Christine Hohenbüchler investigate the roles that artistic-urban practices play in an increasingly investor-oriented (city) planning in their reader “Planning Unplanned”.
Published by Verlag für moderne Kunst.