Spatial typologies of boundary breaking spaces for girls with earth technologies.


Decomposing the ruin, lingering spaces


Taking point of departure in the unequal access and entitlement to public spaces created and sustained by both physical and mental barriers, this project questions the separation of social equality and environmental equality, drawing on knowledge productions from Rosi Braidotti and Donna Harroway.

Aiming to contribute the discussion around diversity, function and production of public space as well as reveal and remember the continuous social and environment inequality by focusing on places made with and for the target group young girls*.



*Descriptions of focus groups can be problematic. When I use the term “young girls” I refer to individuals that see themselves as women or non-men between the ages 13 and 20 years.







Cargo Collective 2017 — Frogtown, Los Angeles