Participatory Art as a Social Practice of Commoning to Reinvent the Right to the City

@article{Eynaud2018ParticipatoryAA,
  title={Participatory Art as a Social Practice of Commoning to Reinvent the Right to the City},
  author={P. Eynaud and M. Juan and Damien Mourey},
  journal={VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations},
  year={2018},
  volume={29},
  pages={621-636}
}
The right to the city is a concept that helps rethink spatial–social dynamics, which has recently reinvigorated the field of organization studies. Following Lefebvre and considering the failure of both the market and the state, other scholars pinpoint the need to rethink social–spatial and geographical–historical relations. They do so by theorizing the city as a host for urban commons. Collective and non-commodified, these spatial–social experiences need to be constantly reproduced and… Expand
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