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  • Organisation:Beirut1

    Studio Beirut

    Meeting place and think tank

    Studio Beirut is the place in 
town to get you, as an artist, architect or designer, engaged in a collaborative project on the city. It is…

  • Guide Kaspar Wimberley – Stuttgart, Germany

    Stuttgart, Germany

    Experimental cartography, alternative tours, participatory events, psychogeography & mythogeography.

  • Organisation:Toronto5


    Spacing drives the connection between public space and democracy. Spacing does magazines, blogs, maps, interventions, buttons and events.

  • Organisation:Shanghai


    Cultural Landmark in Shanghai

    A new creative hub located in a very cool, old slaughter house. The organisation is still in the process of building their community, so…

  • City:Subotica20

    20 reactions

  • User5

    jacqueline heerema

    artist, co-founder and curator of artists initiative Satellietgroep

    You are most welcome to explore the coast of Scheveningen, The Hague in The Netherlands with us! Arts and science can express the spatial and…

    5 reactions

  • Scheveningen, The Hague


    BADGAST is an artist in residence on the coast where artists and scientists from home and abroad work at the invitation of Satellietgroep.

  • Organisation:Nicosia


    Cyprus' Arts & Creative Industries magazine

    ACCESSARTS first published ARTERI - Cyprus' Arts & Creative Industries Magazine in January 2007. The magazine, which is printed in…

  • Event:Stuttgart, Treacle13

    Pigeon mapping

    Do pigeons reflect the perceived prestige of the area in which they scratch?

    Kaspar Wimberley –

    We have started to observe and follow pigeons. It sometimes seems that pigeons reflect the neighbourhood in which they scratch, or at least…

    3 reactions

  • City1

    Tallinn, Estonia

    Contemporary ruins and medieval plastic - capital of Estonia.

  • Toronto

    Corktown District, Toronto

    Residents rile against streetcars for the sake of Corktown's heritage friendly streetscape.