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NO BALL GAMES

A performative installation by Pankof Bank with film-maker Sara Muzio for the  London Architecture Biennale, 2006

WHO GETS PUSHED OUT WHEN THE CITY WANTS TO CLEAN UP?


WHAT IS THE PUBLIC REALM, WHO CONTROLS IT, FOR WHAT END?


HOW DO WE PHYSICALLY INTERACT WITH THE URBAN LANDSCAPE?


Pankof Bank in collaboration with Sara Muzio presents a site-specific project as part of London Architecture Biennale.  Three impromptu meals held in one of London’s most controversial public spaces, the Spitalfields Market redevelopment on the edge of London’s financial heart will explore the meaning and future of public space.  These active gatherings bring together Britain’s cultural shapers, artists, thinkers, architects, performers and activists in a politically charged setting to unravel different ways of inhabiting and intervening in the city.  The conversations will be recorded in audio, text transcripts and images taken from the on-site CCTV cameras.



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