Urban Mobilities is a public appeal for a post-Covid urban mobility that is pluralistic and benefits all walks of life. The exhibition showcases photographs, videos, digital and community projects that question and challenge conventional mobility and how it can be negotiated in the public space.
The Covid-19 lockdown deprived citizens around the world of their mobility. The lockdown not only slowed down economic activity, it also had a profound impact on other forms of mobility: people’s wanderings, social gatherings and physical activities. This experience has inspired many citizens to rethink their mobility, to define it less in terms of quantity – the speed and distance of their journeys – and more in terms of quality and freedom.