Urban think-tank: urban parangolé the mobile village // The ‘urban parangolé – the mobile village’ stratifies transportation network into a multi-dimensional landscape. EVERY DAY WE DANCE WITH THE CITY.
Shenzhen is in the process of rebranding itself as a global “cultural city”, a spirit reflected there by the current 5th Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture (UABB), directed by Ole Bouman. In contrast, the other half of the Biennale in Hong Kong – its “Bi-City” twin across the border – suffered from a lack of political support from the city, and focused on more local issues, including the planned border abolishment with China in 2047. Merve Bedir visited both for uncube.