“City, Street and Citizen The Measure of the Ordinary” by Suzanne Hall
Your list has reached the maximum number of items. The lack of relations between the Friche and Belle de Mai allows us to redefine the notion of proximity and the reified idea that what is close is similar. Big pictures are mainly based on mythical and stereotypical urban images that define and legitimise mainstream urban knowledge. These pictures dismiss urban margins or include them in normal and normalising tales. In both cases, immigration issue emerges as the key-factor of urban deprivation.
Poverty, deprivation and exclusion are very real for those who try to survive in these spaces. Past neighbourhoods are celebrated as villages, where social life was real and authentic, since today urban life is dehumanising and anonymous. Urban margins are all of this and even more. The hierarchy of urban spaces, from the center to the periphery, is inscribed within a fixed, certain and reassuring spatial order.
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Urban poor, migrants, violence, deprivation and so on are there, away. And if, in European cities, such spatial order does not take the closed forms of the ghetto, the words used to tell the tale are not so different. This is not to assert a divisive line between old and new urban poor, but to rethink the taken for granted around urban poverty and marginality.
In Barriera di Milano, the rise and spread of new ethnic activities bars, restaurants, bakeries, markets , linked to the new urban populations of Torino, show some economic specialisations that can foster urban life. As outlined by A. Ordinary urban margins are, per se, parts of the city with their place-specific dynamics and logics and their urban multiplicity that cross and nurture ordinary urban life. Amin A. Andres L. Bertoncello B.
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