This publication is a special collaboration between Krytyka Polityczna, the European Cultural Foundation and ECF Labs, with Subtopia (Sweden), Les Têtes de l’Art (France), Oberliht (Moldova), Culture2Commons (Croatia) and Platoniq (Spain), partners in our action-research network: Connected Action for the Commons. Together, we strive for a new understanding of what the commons means to us in different areas of Europe, in our cities and in our cultural practices.
Much has been written recently about the phenomenon of the ‘Commons’, and from many different angles. But culture’s contribution to the specific notion of collaborative practices for the common goods in and of our cities requires further exploration
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