Routine Revolutionis exploring a typical 60s housing estate to find the extraordinary in the everyday. Several actions were organized within the neighborhood: meetings, walks and workshops with inhabitants. The aim was to find new perspective and discover its beauty. After interviewing locals to learn the history and to collect private memories about the place a series of collages were created to sum up reminiscences, representation and common memory. One of the collages has been chosen by inhabitants and became a postcard from the estate. Furthermore, on the streets named after the writers their quotationswere painted.
Incomers interested in exploring this housing estate inhabitants start to perceive their own space in a new way. The aim is to change their perspective, to let them notice and appreciate the beauty of everyday life and repeatability of the view that surrounds them; to find their neighbourhood attractive and to find different meanings and layers of space by getting know and exchange their memories.