“Reading the street”, Tallinn
The exhibition “Reading the Street” will be opened at Vent Space project space in Tallinn, Estonia on 11. May at 16:00 and will remain open until 17. May
The exhibition showcases a selection of student work resulting from the “Art and the City” studio at The Estonian Academy of Arts as well as a presentation of the book “Reading the Street - Creative Methods in Doing Critical Urban Research on the Example of Two Streets in Milan and Tallinn” by urbanism platform Urbiquity.
Urbiquity invites you to walk through, observe and analyse a selected street cutting across the diversity of the ever-changing NOLO neighbourhood.
Over a two-day urban research workshop we will explore the area using various research methods including lens-based media and storytelling through an audiovisual project.
We are happy to confirm Tallinn as the hosting city for the 6th edition of Urbiquity Urban Lab! The Lab will focus on investigating the ways global urban issues manifest in specific contexts – concentrating on a single street with the aim to learn about Tallinn in general as well as challenges for cities around the world. The 2019 Urban Lab is part of the Tallinn Architecture Biennale satellite programme.