Art, Architecture, and New Media after the Anthropocene


Deep Water — Public Spaces of Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong

Publication by Jürgen Krusche, Siu King Chung
The publication contains various contributions including one of us.

In strongly globalized cities there are fast transformation processes on the move, reinforced by the neo-liberal policies and the resulting economic, social, urban and cultural policy strategies. From a research perspective, a main question is how to capture, describe and interpret such developments taking place at a fast pace. Researchers and artists from Hong Kong and Zurich worked together in a small area of Sham Shui Po, one of the poorest and still most traditional Districts of Hong Kong, to investigate its public spaces according to topics of urban transformation and gentrification.

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