September 2013


LONDON-BASED ARTIST NILS NORMAN has long challenged both the confines of artistic production and the pitfalls of urban planning. To this end, he has methodically catalogued two types of spatial engineering: the child’s playground, on the one hand, and what he calls “Urbanomics,” on the other—infrastructures of restriction, from fortified planters to antigraffiti

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