The cold seasons force citizens to leave streets and squares, parks and gardens in favour of staying at their homes. To stay at home in winter has almost become synonymous for choosing warmth over cold, safety over danger, caring over indifference. We want the city to spread the same feeling. The warmth of a fireplace, the smell of fresh-baked bread or laying on a bed-stove — a caring intervention into the public space, which urges the winter coolness of a city and struggles for turning it into a home.
This entry is part of feld72’s exhibition contribution to “Welcome to the Re_Public” and represents the exemplary starting point of the CATALOGUE OF POSSIBILITIES. Therefore it is not part of the CALL FOR IDEAS.