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|Los procesos urbanos más allá de los espacios físicos: El caso del Espacio Vecinal de Arganzuela (Madrid)
|Ramírez Fernández, Sandra
Cámara Menoyo, Carlos
|The Espacio Vecinal de Arganzuela (EVA) has been configured in recent years as one of the self-managed collectives of reference within the city of Madrid. After the change of government in 2019 and the health emergency produced by the pandemic situation of Covid-19 in 2020, there was a wave of evictions of Self-managed Social Centers in the capital that interrupted the development of activities promoted by social collectives such as EVA. The case that occupies this research refers to the end of the cession, by the City Council, of the publicly owned space of the Fruit and Vegetable Market to the EVA collective. However, the loss of the space has not meant the dissolution of EVA, on the contrary, they are still active as a collective developing activities, redefining strategies and reworking objectives in order to give continuity to their project. The bulk of this research is framed in the process by which EVA is maintained beyond the physical space that supported it, focusing on the forms of social production of space. The objective is to observe the mechanisms by which an urban process, such as the one constituted by this collective, maintains its continuity despite the loss of the reference space.
|social production of space
right to the city and urbanism
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