Domestic workers, street sellers, gypsies: the invisible and the expediently visible. Everyday activities and movements across Milan by these migrants are affected by tacit borders, superimposed on spaces of the city and constituted by complex interactions of fear, exclusion and belonging – evidencing larger systems of marginalisation and control in a rapidly diffuse urban panopticon. Recordings of everyday activities and public spaces around three tacet populations draw out temporal/spatial aspects of the biopolitical city – for Tuned City these will be overlaid into Alexanderplatz.
appearance at Tuned City
sound and social communication / 03.07.08