The urban gardens of Berlin exist under the recurring threat of closure. As part of the Gemeingut Grün Fact-Finding Committee at the Center for Art and Urbanism (ZK/U), Kerstin Meyer and Marco Clausen formulated a draft for a tenure treaty for Berlin gardens.
In 2014, jointly with several local housing rights groups, squats and community organizers, we created the map “Gentrification, Displacement and Resistance in Kreuzberg 36”
The Berliner Gartenkarte is a collective mapping initiative, formed by local students and researchers in collaboration with the urban agriculture community, that intends to visualize the gardens’ spatial distribution.
The map is the result of a collective mapping workshop with community gardeners and the organizing team of the Allmende-Kontor on the Tempelhofer Feld in Berlin. By informing about the […]