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In 2008 tat ort inhabited a flat for a sustained period of two months in the Siedlung an der Ach/Estate on the Ach, located in the small city of Bregenz in Vorarlberg, Austria. The project was the pilot to an open-ended series of self-organized artist residencies, with the aim of looking into the immediate living conditions of segregated, dense and highly conflict-laden social housing estates. This is an account of the theory and practice that formed a strategy to unlock a wealth of information that all too often is neglected by official bodies, governments or other representational organizations. By rendering this tremendous expertise visible, tat ort are able to reveal how a specific apparatus emerges, how to describe or interpret it adequately, and – if necessary – how to foster or reinvigorate its underlying dynamic with the catalysing spirit and playful dexterity of genuine artistic creation.
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Keywords: Estate on the Ach; Public; Walter Lippmann; artist residencies; lived experience; praxis; tat ort

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: tat ort

Publication date: October 1, 2012

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