The idea for the exhibition Liminal Bodies evolved from the work of Raoul Bunschoten and CHORA, a non-profit London-based organization focusing on urban studies. Their research, often commissioned by universities, architects, community groups and civic authorities, were instrumental in developing new models and positions, and theoretical and critical analysis on the state of urban environments in the 1990s. Their work ranged from theoretical, educational and investigative projects to cultural and physical urban propositions in various countries. The exhibition at Storefront was organized in four parts: “Proto-urban Conditions: Mapping of displaced desires and submerged forces,” “Meta Space: Dynamic modeling, strategy formulations,” “City Project Space: The scripting of scenarios,” and “Stirring the Skin: The constitution of liminal bodies.”