Calle de la Fé and Plaza de Lavapiés: a corner I walk by almost every day. The three security screens covering the windows of a recently vacated bank branch look impenetrable. They project an illusion of security, putting up a visible barrier between a private property and an outside. And yet, the solid steel screens are receptive, turned writing and display surfaces by writers, activists and people advertising events.
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