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Marina Garcés: “The city has something in common with a prison when it never ends”

The Catalan writer reflects upon the volatile, precarious situation of housing, which has turned public space into a refuge. She also notes that the city has something in common with the prison when it does not have clear limits.

This interview is part of the series "Shared Spaces", an idea of the Public Space  project. International thinkers talk about their favorite places and other aspects related to cities and public space.

Participants: Marina Garcés

Related to European Prize for Urban Public Space

29 November 2016