A City of Our Own
A City of Our Own explores the various ways cities perpetuate inequality between different segments of society. Despite some modest gains over the past half century, the built environment is largely controlled by a privileged few and often inhospitable to many others. In both living and working spaces, as well as in the public domain, the progress towards equality and freedom has been wholly inadequate. Combining a focus on the urban scale with feminist spatial criticism, the series addresses urban manifestations of oppression and exploitation of different kinds, not only limited to gender.