Tbilisi architecture biennial

Warsaw, Poland

07.11.20

C’mon Room 2 focuses on the “commonness in our increasingly individualized and fragmented societies”. A symbolical wooden wireframe which is constructed based on the average floorplan of Służewiec Przemysłowy provides an experimental stage for performative actions on “common” urban vocabulary. Each of the symbolical private “rooms” aims to host a discussion on particular “common” or rather semi-public spaces and their elements. A “trash bin” located in the “kitchen” allows neighbors to “throw away” everything that irritates them in Służewiec; “post boxes” in the “bedroom” are there to send “Dear Służewiec” love letters; drywall of the “living room” allows all visitors to graffiti there their dreams.


The second C’mon Room is strongly connected to the first one, not only conceptually but physically and digitally as well. Various activities simultaneously took place in the installations located in Warsaw and Tbilisi and the „grand finale” took form of a „skype” dinner, gathering neighbors from Gldani and Służewiec for a Pierogi and Khinkali digital exchange.

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