Kaspar Dejong: In Broad Daylight
There are many ways to approach a city, and many things a city can be. The urban landscape is planned. It is a structure with well inserted hints and instructions for its inhabitors to make use of it or how not to. What can we learn from exploration through the city? One who looks beyond the encrypted sets and structures may find other aspects to it. Where do controversy and disruption within the planned landscape come at stake? Might this allow for a more free approach of the public space, and a more complex reading of the city?