Neighbouring: Bodies, Spaces, Practices and Other Ways of Being
with Sonja Hohenbild, Pauline Jeya Subha, Charlotte Müller, Markus Posse and Michael Westrich
Bridging the gap between literal neighbouring and the relationship between neighbourhoods as a metaphor, the activities of this collective intervention explores how our encounters are actively structured and produced by our everyday ways of relating. This intervention is an open exchange/active per-formative approach to reclaiming and opening up a space to the absent – and questioning how the permeability of institutional spaces can be made visible.
Some of the questions we worked on are as follows; How can it become more ordinary to be active and engaged in the place where you are (around the places you live/work/spend time with)? What are the things you/we take for granted in your “neighborhood”? What are the foundations on which a neighbourhood can be a place where we all see ourselves?