Everything that moves in the city is 'public'
Everyone who moves in the city is 'public'
Every gesture made in the city is political!
3Our responses to the dynamic construct we know as 'public space' are
characterized by intervention, change, and acts of appearing and
disappearing. Artists have responded to the changing character of public
space, and the public has developed a new attitude towards the art it
encounters in public places. It would be outlined as the methodological and
artistic aspects of the 'city as a laboratory' with a reference of
selected, exemplary public-space projects. The thoughts mediate between
projects, concepts and public perceptions and are thus an indispensable
part of the public process involved in each intervention.2