[19 April – 14 June 2007, TU Delft] Tools for Urban Action is a project focusing on urban interventions characterized as temporary, made by minimal means or use of on-site possibilities and materials, with the ability to be made through improvisation. It is set up as a test to the predetermined (‘usual’) use of spaces that surround us. The project is based on action.
The project is set up at TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture and is initated by Ana Dzokic, Marc Neelen (STEALTH.unlimited) and Alicia Velazquez (L.E.A.K, Amsterdam) within Urban Body program. Participants of the project are: Inês Correia, Benjamin Fréchet, Tanja Bergqvist, Alain Hurel, Sigit Kusumawijaya, Jesper Kallgren, Niki Shah, Clara Ghinassi, Johan Kallander, Angela Ramirez, Efe Çelimli.
All the interventions are instantly documented through use of ready made publishing techniques and can be traced at the project blog.