• guwahati

    Guwahati, India

  • biocity roof 1

    Nottingham, England

  • DSC02949

    Chelmsford, England

  • Cropped Entrance

    Providence RI, USA

  • glasgow

    Glasgow, Scotland

  • _DSC0634

    Tilburg, The Netherlands

  • schlossplatz

    Schloßplatz 1, Berlin, Germany

  • Bidston Moss

    Mersey Hinterlands, England

  • naik10

    Yogyakarta, Indonesia

  • WP_001059.v01

    Helsinki, Finland

  • Sydney Wasteland Textures

    Sydney, Australia

  • border: wooden hoarding

    Dublin, Ireland

  • image00-Kopie

    Berlin, Germany

  • stockholm_zoomin

    Stockholm, Sweden

  • Swampland

    Bucharest, Romania

  • S1350006

    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

  • DSC00772

    Amsterdam, The Netherlands

  • another prominent plot

    Bangalore, India

Wasteland Twinning Network hijacks the concept of ‘City Twinning’ and applies it to urban Wastelands in order to generate a network for parallel research and action.

By subverting the City Twinning concept that aims to parade a city’s more predictable cultural assets and shifting the focus to wastelands, new questions of value and function are raised. Wasteland Twinning aims to develop an understanding of the potential of these sites through transdisciplinary models of practice. Wasteland Twinning is led by independent artists and researchers, that offers the potential for cultural comparison to take place on a local and international scale – going beyond the obvious to examine often invisible perspectives on power relations, land use, urban development and ecology. Through engaged and critical approaches, we hope to uncover some of the peculiarities and commonalities of the wasteland sites.

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