Feminism and Public Space

Cécile Capelle, Claudia Bochaca, Maud Celestin, Laura Gillard, Samuel Doering, Luca Kunze
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Our project wants to tackle the concept of public spaces and try to involve new definitions of feminism. Our objective is to understand how FLINTA (female, lesbian, inter-, non-binary, trans-, a-gender), as subaltern bodies, can reinvest public spaces in order to create a safe place and fully shared common spaces.

How could a non-sexist city look like? How would it sound like? An urban audio walk – that will be held for the first time during the Winter School in Lyon – tries to find possible answers to these questions in presenting collected stories from diverse individuals that form a greater collective narrative about possible transformations of to-come feminized public spaces.