Playgrounds in Prison is an online journal and digital resource that wants to promote discussion on the representation of space and place in art and culture.
Our aim is to prompt the exchange of ideas about the representation of space in all its myriad forms. We want to try and draw contributions from graffiti artists and sound engineers as much as theorists, critics, and artists: a multiplicity of perspective is key to the whole thing.
We aim to be all-inclusive. There are no boundaries to our discussion. We believe in the right to free and open access to research materials and want, in this spirit, to gather thoughts on our environment and open up a network of thinkers dedicated to the elaboration of space and place in art and culture.
The door is always open to contributions on the theme of space. Have a look through our archives, and, if you want, send us your work or join our editorial team.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.