During the three days festival, the Arthur Verona Street is closed for cars and open for people, activities and events. After recent spatial improvements, the small square along the street is still generally used as parking space by its close neighbours or intrusively occupied by restaurants.
Using the same logic, we occupied the square with a scaffolding structure and temporary reclaimed it for collective use. The spatial frame covered with roughly cut yellow fabric attempted to fill this otherwise contested public space. Wooden platforms are placed at different heights, changing the walking level of the square and forming new places in between.
The temporary structure gathers alternative activities using various objects made or found at the festival. Two high points are made available and offer panoramic views of the street.
Location: Arthur Verona Street, Bucharest