A participatory public art workshop conducted in collaboration with Dis/order landscape architecture, on behalf of the City of Malmö as a part of the long term urban development project Amiralsstaden. The focus group were young residents in the area between the ages of 5-15 years, a group that is often left out of urban development processes.
The piece explores collective shape making. Two sticker shapes, one straight and one curved, were custom made and put in the hands of the participators. Only one construction rule applied: the stickers had to be connected. The material allowed the pathways to be independent from existing structures, and stretched over ground, walls, benches and other obstacles.
The work is now in process of being scaled up to involve more places in the area and achieve permanent physical changes.