RSVP Event #15: Invisible (But Very Tangible) Borders – Shenzhen
December 9, 2013 — by Jeroen Beekmans
Shenzhen, China – December 2013
Explore the location
Cities are filled with numerous – at first sight invisible – borders. Between rich and poor, between ethnic groups, between high and low, between dense and sprawl, in short between center and periphery. But who and what define these borders? Are they problematic? Do they tell underlying stories? Explore some borders of Shenzhen (Meilin and Dalang) with us and each other.
Archis RSVP Events are tactical interventions done all over the world. The form of each event is determined by the character of the place and people and the size of the response. Respond to the content and your response helps us determine the actual form of the event – anything from mass demonstration to free-running, from a cruise to a performance, or from a mega event to a flash mob.
UABB/Shenzhen, Glass Factory, 21 December, 14:00-18:00
Please join us for Archis RSVP Event #15: Invisible (But Very Tangible) Borders. UABB/Shenzhen, meeting place Minle Subway Station Long Hua Line, exit A at 14.00 hours.
Meeting point: the Laboratorium in the Shekou Glass Factory, Shenzhen. Admission free, bring your own drink/food, good shoes, good mood and public transportation card. Main language is English, but there will be people around to translate. Please register at email@example.com.
For more on Archis in Shenzhen:
Volume #39: Urban Border