We are what we do. Collaboratively. Critically. With concerns about the city and its public spaces. About its politics. About its publics. Through Research. Through engagement. The more everyone participates, the more it is Public Interventions.
Public Interventions is led by Catalina Pollak Williamson who is both artist and architect. She is interested in the politics of public space and, in particular, the cultural mechanisms that negotiate the relation between private and public space within cities. Her work explores concepts of exclusion and control, privilege and power, questioning topics of accessibility and urban democracy through processes that invite participation and highlight public value.
In collaboration with:
Dr.Edwina Attlee, cultural geographer.
Ken Boak, electronic engineer.
Adrian Godwin, electronic engineer.
Deborah Davies, journalist.
Steven Kelly, electronic designer.
Afonso Martins, web designer.
Nathanael Price, art historian.
Francisca Rivas choreographer.
Bartira Sena, musician.
Daniel Soltis, creative technologist.
Pepa Ubera, choreographer.
Guillaume Zenses, musician.
- Phantom Railings - ARQ 88 Heritages/Patrimonios
- P | A | N
Catalina Pollak y su crónica social a través del pan, Diario La Tercera, Chile
Facultad de Artes, Universidad de Chile
Consejo Nacional de la Cultura y las Artes, Chile
- The Garden Square Project
Un fugaz privilegio público, Revista Que Pasa, Chile
- Phantom Railings
LYNNE TRUSS: Railing against the system - Daily Telegraph, Sept 2014
ARTISHOCK : Revista de Arte Contemporáneo
P.E.A.R. (Paper for Emerging Architectural Research) Magazine