| 2021-07-04 14:00|
A walking action for Walking as a Question by the HUB Switzerland, Zürich. Open for global participation.
The physical world has defining properties. We cannot walk through walls. That’s why a door must exist, writes the Swiss sociologist Lucius Burckhardt in his text “On the Design of Everyday Life” (1979). But he adds: Hidden doors and non-doors, namely laws and rules, exist too. And these influence our freedom of movement and use just as the built structures. In this walkshop we take on doors–the accessible and inaccessible entrances, the open and blocked passages between inside and outside, between private and public, the exits into visible and invisible spaces. Which material and immaterial conditions influence our passing through?
Number of participants: 15 (worldwide)