Often Trauma and Revival are considered only in terms of psychoanalysis or social studies. Exploring the infrastructure of cultural production throughout the network of European art residencies and institutions we suggest a playful look from the perspective of economic relations that are grounded in the circulation of trauma and revival as commodities for export and import.
The relation between them differs when moving from one geographical point to another.

Urban structures incorporate trauma and revival, store them and display throughout the city as any other type of goods.
This approach contemplates cultural institutions to serve as special economic zones with another type of regulatory system that distribute these products under special conditions.

These places are in a way hidden from the normal routes, isolated, or occupied. You are not likely to join it freely or have a boat trip around it.