DE / RANGED AND TAMED TERRITORIES: ARCHITECTURAL PROJECTIONS ON ANKAPARK
NO MAN'S LAND: INFRASTRUCTURE FOR THE CITY
No Man's Land: Infrastructure for the City
With the changing means of production and infrastructure in the cities, the ground on which humans stand and the way they interact with and shape their surroundings also changes. The pace in which technology develops is sometimes more than what humans may keep up with. Although the land on which we stand on will still be ours, maybe we will not be the main users of this infrastructure tomorrow, and maybe we will not even be the actor in production. A system that will not take humans as the significant figure may be the answer to the problems the future may bring.