Inspired by various artistic practices and urban geographical research (see below for some of our sources of inspiration), Casco begins a new research project, Entanglement. With this ongoing inquiry, we propose a topological understanding of space. Instead of an entity, a quantity or an identity, which can easily be divided and sold, Entanglement brings forth pathways, lines and relationships as ways of understanding – and forming – selves, collectives, institutions and cities in common and for the commons. Making alternative pathways and developing diagrammatic visualizations of these pathways are central to the methodology of this project. Casco as an institutional space embedded in various contexts is also a subject of investigation, leading us towards different modes of qualifying institutional affects.