What are the commons of this community and how does that relates to space? The research starts questioning the idea of gayborhoods as the universal representation of the community in the city and starts the exploration of what is really common in this community. The research explores three spheres of relation: the affective, the xxxxx and the political. This new framework is tested in Berlin as a new method for queer urban analysis.
Authors: Alexander Auris
Video by https://www.danieliriarte.art/
Cast: Alexander Auris
Special thanks to Hulya Ertas and Burak Pak.
All videos and images for illustrative purposes only.
Location: Brussels, Belgium
Alexander Auris is a Peruvian architect who currently lives in Brussels. Graduated at Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru, he holds a MSc in Architecture by KU Leuven. He has developed restoration and museography projects in Lima and currently works on urban projects in Brussels. His academic research objectives have an intersectional point of view, while his interests are the relations between social movements and space.