The overall purpose of "Public Protest Poster" explores the problematic of urban space in which there are no places for free expression and proposes to gain space for the city by means of disused walls and facades. The project questions the current model of communication in contemporary cities.
A project based on action practice that mixes educational processes and the creation of posters to provide a different experience from the more formal design, to produce knowledge and to carry out research that promotes social change. Collaborative symbolic activism in a network that requires physical presence. A reflection through practice of the transformation of the role of the formalist designer, the designer as researcher and facilitator between users and stakeholders.