Informations and abstract
Keywords: urban spaces, public sphere, political subjectivation, inclusion/exclusion
The essay takes the moves from the assumption that, within the contemporary urban spaces, disciplinary and normalizing devices based upon an inclusion/exclusion dynamics are operating again. The Author call into question the issue of political subjectivation within the urban spaces. Assuming Arendt's conception of the public sphere, and looking at Rancière's political theory, the essay analyses the shapes and the modalities of those processes of political subjectivation that, within the contemporary political urban spaces, articulate themselves as forms of heterogeneous "collocations".