My research investigates the issue of inequality and inclusiveness in public spaces. Many of the world’s cities are becoming more diverse, albeit inequality among its citizens remains. The prevalence of capitalism makes complete equality difficult to achieve, therefore the need to understand the social, spatial and political structures of a city is crucial if we want to address inequality and social exclusion. My ideological approach is based on different disciplines including social, spatial and political theories, which I translate into a performative spatial practice approach. This was based on feminist theories to both disrupt power structures and reveal power inequalities.