St. Petersburg, Russia

Waterfront / Water Line

Created in 2017, the international interdisciplinary project "Waterfront / Water Line" is a collaborative project with the Danish Cultural Institute in St. Petersburg. It focuses on urban waterfronts, coastal areas and their development as public spaces.
Exhibition of the "Okhta Research Project" at Sevkabel Port, 2019

The main goal of the project is not only to change the spaces of the city’s embankments, but also to encourage citizens to reconsider their personal role in the process of improving these sites. The project aims to provide new ways for local residents to interact with representatives of city authorities, business, and the art community.

The project includes research on the urban coastal areas; both expert and local communities are involved in these studies.


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