A temporary installation designed as a public experiment. Asking the question how the transformation of labour can be used for social coexistence in a post-labour society? For this prototype, that deals with a new approach towards work as a mode of production and social exchange, a central section of the parking lot at the end of Vienna’s Naschmarkt was occupied. The otherwise underused parking lot is temporarily reactivated as a public space programmed for non-commercial, social exchange. Modules arranged in a linear grid, act as containers for social transactions.
Park was implemented and designed by Team Wien, a collaborative team of designers, investigating the future of communal life in cities. Our experiments and interventions interrogate the way we work, play, and coexist in an urban environment.
2018, Free Project, Vienna. [Team Wien: Anna Paul, Bika Rebek, Christian Knapp, Daniel Kerbler, Daniela Mehlich, Gregorio Lubroth, Jonathan Lutter, Leni Enzinger, Linda Lackner, Maik Perfahl, Mark Neuner, Quirin Krumbholz, Sarah Podbelsek]