public space

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Nous, le barabiku.

Un rhizome de chair et d’os.

Xavier BernierOlivier Lazzarotti et Jacques Lévy | 03.06.2019

The word "barbecue" comes from an Arawak language, but it actually encompasses very ancient practices. BBQ has once epitomised a family-focused, partially communal lifestyle. Now, its presence in public space makes a difference and is playing a part in the emerging society of individuals as a global civil rhizome. [...]

Toilettes en tous genres.

Graves dissensions au sein du cabinet.

Xavier BernierOlivier Lazzarotti et Jacques Lévy | 14.09.2018

Controversies, sometimes strongly conflictual, on public toilets signs tell us something about the state of a notable societal debate : can we choose our sex or should we comply with what (various) others say ? Do we want a hyper-gendered or a post-gender world ? [...]

L’Inde sans espace public.

Existe-t-il un espace public indien ?

Carole Lanoix | 30.09.2014

What if India also had public spaces ? These spaces would of course be different to those we encounter in Europe on a daily basis and state as such. While the conception of public spaces, as that of cities, is struggling to assert itself in the cultural context of India, let us question, like the famous Indian poet Attipate Krishnaswami Ramanujan, the existence of an Indian public space. Far from answering a democratic, Western-minded or Eurocentred model, we aim [...]