Momentography of a
failure is a participatory research and photography project that seeks to develop a concept of participatory citizenship by curating photo-essays by local residents, practicing interdisciplinary collaborative creation and digital non-profit publishing.
By using an App as a digital mapping tool, it invites professional and non-professional photographers and urbanists, as well as city-dwellers, to explore the failure(s) of a particular district in various contexts: Urban Space, Politics, Environment, etc.
Momentography of a failure books
curate photo-essays through workshops, collaborating with experts from different disciplines and inviting local residents to rethink the potentials and problems of their neighborhood, recycle the collective memories of the district and speculate on the possibilities for appropriating space in those places through photography.