Singing the Tunnel Red public intervention takes the The Cuyperspassage, a traffic passage at Amsterdam Central Station that connects the city and the waters of the IJ-river, named after the architect of the Rijksmuseum and Central Station, as its focus.
Society of the Spectacle: Canteen de Board public intervention explores the interaction of “the public” and “the private” in the university space by focusing on the signs in the university canteen at PC Hoofthuis in Amsterdam. Inspired by the recent
Rebuilding Singelgracht public intervention is based on interacting with tourists in Amsterdam to introduce them the so-called “Rebuilding Singelgracht Project” designed by the municipality, which aims to optimize Amsterdam for the growing flow of tourists. Students approached tourists by pretending
Huis van Bewaring public intervention aims at analyzing the historical and cultural significance of Max Euweplein in Amsterdam, in relation to the city’s “cultural archive”, as the main building crossing the square was the first prison built in Amsterdam, in