What the project activated became visible in all its intellectual and physical force three years later. The project has been part of the long-lasting process to imagine owning public space differently, bringing people from different social, cultural and religious backgrounds to share spaces and ideas. The people involved in the project acted more as community rather than as collectivity, in order to create new images of the "publicness" that during Gezi events they defended even in front of the brutality that characterized the Turkish police in those days, by generating unprecedent forms of resistance and a new iconography of the protest. According to the artist, the project has been mentioned during and after the Gezi events as one of the moments able to feed how the imagination of the park resulted in the actual occupation of Gezi Park.
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