From: Fotini Adrimi & Vassilis Kalisperakis

The subject of the research revolves around the characteristics that a novel public space could have, a space of the commons, one that is inhabited by the multitude. These concepts are referenced as they have been set to the forefront by A. Negri, M. Hardt and P. Virno, attempting to interpret the modern globalized reality.

The metropolis is considered to be the natural space of the multitude, “the factory” of the bio‐political production. Τhe multitude is the predominant way of existence for the modern human. In the modern metropolis though public space is under persecution.


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