Promoting participatory art methods and situation specific art on four European streets.
Linnankatu, TurkuLinnankatu in Turku begins at the city centre and ends at the harbour. It is nearly four kilometres long and you can find every aspect of life there: a funeral parlour, a wedding dress shop, theatres, kindergartens, the Turku City Library, the Arts Academy, pubs, the social security office, small shops and the employment agency to name but a few.
Dambruggestraat is a winding corridor connecting the Central Station and Zoo area with the new public park of Antwerp at the other end. Diverse immigrant communities, as well as their businesses and social life, make the street “pulse”. With large new developments planned at both ends, the character of the street faces rapid change.
Thomas Street, DublinThomas Street in Dublin is a historic thoroughfare located just beyond the old city walls of Dublin 8 and provides a significant route in and out of the city centre.
Teslina Ulica, Zagreb
Teslina ulica, is a busy boutique shopping and dining street. It was once named Nikolićeva street after doctor Vladimir Nikolić, County President of Modruš-Rijeka County and Hungarian baron. The name of the street was changed in 1952 in honour of the great inventor Nikola Tesla.
Arts Academy, Turku University of Applied Sciences
Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, Artesis Plantijn Hogeschool
National College of Art and Design
Faculty of Graphic Arts, University of Zagreb