Workshops and screenings negotiate particular forms of European / Bucharest Urbanism:
Did Bofills influence create a critical regionalism (in the particular local urban landscape of peoples palace and boulevards) obscured by block-ideology?
How were these architectures perceived then in the eighties in Bucarest;
How to dis-articulate and rearticulate urban territories and the politics of their making (like totalitarian regimes, oppressive forms of modernization, globalization etc...).
What do these architectures mean today to the people living there?
What will be their impact on future forms of urbanism in Bucharest?