Forms of Public Privacy
( 2019 ) booklet, black and white offset, edition1: 200 / edition2: 200, language: English, 64 pages,
170 x 120 mm, with Image Essay by Axel De Marteau, Graphic Design by Kabinet Studio
This booklet is made for the FORMAT 2019 exhibtion ‘Changing Attitudes’ in Z33, Hasselt. As a critique on the current urban trend to overprogram and overdesign Belgium cities, and Western cities in general, a research is done into five cases of abandoned and un-programmed spaces of Brussels. Through fieldwork, photography and literary references the question is posed: How are these spaces used and what social-spatial and ecological value do they have to our cities?
Printed and distributed with the supported of FORMAT 2019, Z33 Hasselt and part of the exhibition 'Forms of Public Privacy’.
Also shown at COLLECTIBLE DESIGN FAIR, Brussels, booth of FORMAT Z33, 2020