What if the whole city would be “common”? How would the public space be designed and used when the common good is a priority – and by whom? Are welfare and commercial exploitation compatible interests? What are the opportunities and where the obstacles in organizing communal use? What public resources should be provided? How could citizens design and manage common city spaces hand in hand, and what forms of organization do we need for that?
Guests: Miren Artola (workstation ideenwerkstatt Berlin e.V.), Sophie Bloemen (The Commons Network), Marco Clausen (Prinzessinnengarten), Severin Halder (Allmende-Kontor), Michael Lafond (id22 – Institut für kreative Nachhaltigkeit / Spreefeld Genossenschaft), Ulrike von Wiesenau (Gemeingut in BürgerInnenhand / GiB)
Moderation: Julia Förster & Andreas Krüger
Place: Urban Parliament in the exhibition space
This event is part of the programme of the exhibtion “DEMO:POLIS – The Right to Public Space”.