TAAK Foundation

The project 'Don't Fence Me In' aims to make current processes of transition and transparency visible and raise their public profile at the same time as the dismantling and rebuilding of the headquarters of De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB). The main question is: What does it mean when the focus of a (global) society shifts from money as capital to people as capital? It reflects on the current issues surrounding this change with a film based on 'scripted performances', activated by means of an online platform and a public programme.

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Lakshmi Baiju, TU Delft

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Anna Klimczak, TU Delft

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Publishing house Blauwdruk, Wageningen

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Heleen van Leur, Utrecht University

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