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This sixth issue of Klaxon continues in a similar dynamic vein to our previous issue, which was also devoted to the theme of social justice. We would now like to introduce you to new forms of thinking on or artistic practices aiming to restore public space/s to bodies usually relegated to the margins: here, we will focus on experiences by women, by Roma, by young people and immigrants, by the homeless and the sick, by transgender people.

Table of contents

For an Inclusive City

Antoine Pickels & Benoit Vreux

Bodies in Space, Bodies that Make Space

Rachele Borghi

Beyond the Limits of Fear

Agata Siwiak

Gutter Matters - Queer Choreographic Practices in City Gutters

val smith

Fiona Whelan: Enduring Place

Gerry Kearns

Habitants des Images - New Social Imagination for the City

Emmanuelle Nizou

Spill Festival: Crawl, Burn, Stand and Sweep - Poetics of body-based work in urban spaces

Diana Damian