This last session of the training conducted by Antonio Cataldo, which took place in Bucharest at Salonul de proiecte, addressed the role of art institutions in negotiating social conflicts. To what extent institutions which are socially and politically engaged can offer a representation of the convulsions, more or less visible, traversing the public space? Cataldo spoke at length about two exhibitions organized at Fotogalleriet Oslo – a solo show of the artist Dora Garcia, who was interested to challenge the mediation of street protests through images, and a project conceived by the artist-architect Andreas Angelidakis whose aim was to critically explore the navigation of cities through an installation especially conceived for Fotogalleriet, that could also be viewed by visitors standing outside of the gallery. The training session was attended by the project team (Alexandra Croitoru, Magda Radu, Ștefan Sava, Adriana Dumitran, Călina Bârzu) and students from the Faculty of Art History and Theory (Luisa Huluba, Alexandra Moț, Ana-Maria Ștefan) and the Photo-Video Department of the National University of the Arts, Bucharest (Anastasia Lungu, Ștefan Simion), as well as the Center of Excellence in the Study of Image of the University of Bucharest (Alice Feraru).