This is a workshop about how the battle for children’s right to the city, and their right to play, was transformed into everyone’s obligation to play along. It takes off from the perspective of (playing) children and asks: what can we learn about urban conditions from the history of playgrounds? How can play be used to express a commoning of space? Through talks, walks and practical work, we will put the fun back into function and engage in a collective resurrection of the importance of being silly.
June 29 – 30, from 11 am to 5 pm
All activities are free of charge, places are limited. Please register at: email@example.com
In the context of Making Futures Bauhaus + with a week of workshops on the future development of spatial practices and topics such as spaces of coexistence; the right to play, affective tactics, practices of assembly and co-production of knowledge about the city, for our city.
Making Futures Bauhaus+ is a cooperation between the University of the Arts and raumlaborberlin on the occasion of the Bauhaus’ centenary.
Kindly supported by the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community (BMI)