GET OUT OF HERE! W/ MASTER STUDENTS IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
For the fourth year Disorder was invited to hold the workshop GET OUT OF HERE! with master students in landscape architecture from SLU in Alnarp.
The task of the day was to investigate the concepts TERRITORIALIZATION, APPROPRIATION & PUBLIC/PRIVATE SPACE.
GET OUT OF HERE! is a tool for a better understanding of public space. It is a deck of action cards that takes you around the city while challenging your preconceptions about what a city is and what it can be, how public space is used and who it is designed for. It unfolds urban structures, challenges habits, offers new methods for analysis and helps you to find new perspectives. It helps you to see the city through the eyes of other people. On a trip with GET OUT OF HERE! you will be following strangers, performing actions that make you feel uncomfortable and you will get a new view of appropriated public space.
GET OUT OF HERE! is based on the situationist way of criticising and understanding urban space by getting lost. To take an unfamiliar route and discover unfamiliar places. But getting lost is hard. It requires active disorientation. And that is what GET OUT OF HERE! offers.