This workshop is concerned with ‘renovictions’ – a strategy which landlords in Germany and elsewhere employ to evict their tenants using renovation as an excuse and instead destroying parts of the building. Broken water pipes, blocked toilettes, removed roofs, permanent scaffolding and renting flats to noise bands, are some of the tactics property owners apply. How to resist these schemes? Looking at housing and property issues violently transforming the cities in recent years, this workshop aims to create tactics of resistance against renovictions.
June 3–4, 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)