N+1

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‘n+1: Habitat Formula’ project of the

Bauhaus Open Studios 2020, Dessau

‘n+1: Future’

‘n+1: links/communication’

‘n+1: gravitation point’

‘n+1: displacement/pressing’

‘n+1: physiological state’

‘n+1: group/individual involvement’

‘n+1: time’

‘n+1: tourism/ transit’

‘n+1: mass movement/utopia’

‘n+1: joint use’

‘n+1: correlation/scaling’

Photo album

Bauhaus Open Studios 2020, Dessau

‘n+1: Future’

‘n+1: links/communication’

‘n+1: gravitation point’

‘n+1: displacement/pressing’

‘n+1: physiological state’

‘n+1: group/individual involvement’

‘n+1: time’

‘n+1: tourism/ transit’

# ‘n+1: absence of public space/commerce’

**Bullet points:**

- the modern space of relations turns out to be subordinated to universal objectification/consumption

- it is forced out from the city if it does not obey the law of profit

- identifying the dominator: public or commercial use

- absorption of free public spaces

- dragging into commercial space

**Images: **

an ‘open/closed’ sign** **

**Task: **

to study the previous and current amount of retail spaces compared to public spaces on the example of ‘Sofia’ mall and ‘Pervomayskiy’ shopping centre

**Materials: **

silicone, an open/closed sign, plans** **

**Literature and other sources:**

‘Relational Aesthetics/Postproduction’ (2016) by Nicolas Bourriaud** **

**Authors:**

Helga Vazim,

Varvara Belousova

‘n+1: mass movement/utopia’

‘n+1: joint use’

‘n+1: correlation/scaling’

Photo album