Tag: Public Space

One-on-one | Culture

Ares Shporta: “No one will just give things to us — we must take them, demand them”

By - 09.04.2017

Lumbardhi Foundation’s executive director discusses the struggle to create a cultural hub in Kosovo.

Perspectives | Public Space

A symbol of repression which should remain just that

By - 04.10.2016

Prishtina’s Serbian Orthodox Church should stay, a reminder of the terror of racism and oppression.

In-depth | Public Space

Termokiss philosophy just warming up

By - 04.10.2016

Social concept has people — not profit — at its heart.

Print | Public Space

An artist in search of alternative spaces

By - 03.06.2013

Alban Muja sees Prishtina as a city of wasted opportunities — but he also sees solutions

Print | Public Space

Dissecting Prishtina

By - 03.06.2013

The capital is a city by name but a zombie in spirit.

Print | Public Space

The complexity of Kosovo’s war memorials

By - 03.06.2013

Sites that inspire the imagination and provide space for mourning are nonetheless criticized.

Print | Public Space

Letter from the editor

By - 03.06.2013

A take on the importance of public space in today’s Kosovo and across the globe.

Public Space

Monuments without a home

By - 03.06.2013

Symbols of Yugoslavia are left to decay in today's world

Public Space

Let it be chaotic

By - 03.06.2013

The best plan for Prishtina is one of a city's city: Seemingly unplanned.