A temporary urban intervention designed to develop a critical experience of the everyday life of the city of Guimarães, Portugal. The project aims to provide a creative experience of the public realm by questioning models of representation and perception of collective heritage.
Three rotating metal structures – The new stations of the cross – depict a performative relationship with the body in public. All three structures differ in the architecture and context of use, covering a broad spectrum of performers and spectators. Those who pass by or attend each site are challenged to participate and act on the flow that their urban performance generates.