The spaces we inhabit are structured by power structures and rules. In this dependency, our body, performances, and the way we navigate urban space interlink. In her works Diana Lucas-Drogan (re)draws and performs the cultural codes in counter-mappings and reflects on methods of representing the research field. Working as a freelance architect and artist, she is part of the collective metroZones and editor of the magazine Stadtaspekte.
Diana encourages design thinking and shows examples of representing multiple narratives of space and everyday life through collective mapping.
Diana Lucas-Drogan, Architect and Mapping-Artist, Berlin/Wien
To follow her work please visit: http://lucasvandrogan.tumblr.com/
Picture: Haut von Hellersdorf, Diana Lucas-Drogan, Berlin 2017. “Die Haut von Hellersdorf” is a collaborative Counter Mapping of the socio-political life of refugees and locals in Hellersdorf. This picture shows Hellersdorf on the move and in transformation © Diana Lucas-Drogan, 2017