The book summarizes a chronicle of the mapping workshop sessions of the Iconoclasistas and neighborhood residents.

From August 22 to September 5, 2015 discussion sessions were held to make a collective, critical mapping of the neighborhood, considering different elements affecting quality of life: infrastructure, green areas, use of public space, transportation, housing conditions, and real estate developments, among others.

Working sessions were held at Casa Gallina and in different public spaces, such as the Alameda, the market, and in front of the parish church. Work depended on a variety of tools, such as maps, icons, and surveys to gather information from participants and workshop coordinators, as well as from neighbors who use those public spaces. More than 200 people collaborated to make a key profile of collective critical thinking of the neighborhood.

Workshop coordinators and participants: Gabriela Galván, Elena Ibáñez Bravo, Irene Andrade, Gabriela Amor, Paloma Rivera Uribe, María de los Ángeles Hernández, Luis Barrio, Guadalupe Cristóbal, Sergio Corona, Carlos Atl, Daniela Fontaine, Brenda Raya, Uriel Arteaga, and Brenda, and Diego Carrasco.

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