Tag: Dublin City Council
A lot could be said here about the difficulties in navigating prams past crowds on narrow footpaths or countless driveway kerns. What if Dublin was playful?
In spite of its accessibility – it only requires you having an internet ready mobile device to access the installation’s control panel at www.continuousdrift.com – it has remained a bit of a secret, a slow-burning discovery for those beyond Dublin’s art-crowd.
For the first time since the 1970s activists are reclaiming vacant spaces in North inner city to house homeless families. It’s hard to write an unbiased piece about a subject that summons up such confused and diffuse anger in Dublin, where the closure of creative spaces, a punitively topsy-turvy rent market, and empty spaces mired by artificial blockades continue to be our experiences of an unimaginative and an unjust urban and social planning.