Stijn Cockx got an invitation to participate in the debate, organised by CIVA for the exhibition Operational Aesthetics.
This exhibition, in particular, has thoroughly researched Brussels’ so-called ‘Neighbourhood Contracts’ – a planning tool specific to the city of Brussels. During the upcoming anniversary of this event, CIVA took the opportunity to fully understand the legal devices, processes and political visions that shape the city, its architectural and urban planning projects. At the heart of this approach lies the fundamental process used to create a city, placing the question of its exegesis before it has been drawn on paper or constructed in reality.
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