This article concerns the transformation processes of Copenhagen’s Nørrebro Park between 2001 and 2007. Through research of the processes as a case study, examples emerge regarding how the landscape architecture was reconstructed in collective form-generating processes between different actors. Theoretical analysis was executed using actor–network theory (ANT), with particular emphases on the terms “black box” and “mediator,” both by Bruno Latour, and “material agency,” by Albena Yaneva. This article argues that the construction of landscape architecture in this case can be considered as a strong collective and relational process, where unexpected and invisible actors become co-designers.
Kunstnerisk udviklingsvirksomhed (KUV)