Each citizen faces millions of edits
everyday, whether they are tiny changes and removals or major edits
and backtracking to the original condition which could take up to half a year. For people who believe that the city doesn't change at all – try walking through the city "with opened eyes". Start simple. Pay attention to the wall graffiti and then to graffiti painted over. These are edits
by housing and public utilities or anti-graffiti communities. This is how interaction between street-art people and their opponents has begun. After that have a look at the houses, balconies that have been built on and other elements attached to the original building. This is a form of interaction between locals themselves. Look at the cafes, restaurants, service salons. Are they situated in the area where they belong? This is what interaction between businesses and residents looks like. Finally, look at the streets, squares, buildings in general and try to imagine how they looked before. This is the way the city authorities "talk" to city residents claiming their ideology. Even though we strongly recommend you to go for a walk around the city, below you can find our selection and classification of city edits.