This paper focuses on practices of peddlars in Yüksel Street who engage space and the ways how they produce public space. Drawing on field study and personel observations, the paper argues that peddlars put space in motion in a sense of horizontal intertexuality. It was chippered out that space can not be portrayed as a vacuum in its intangibility. To the contrary, space is adaptable by social groups which habit it in line with material conditions/necessities. Power which is mirrored/implicated in and by space, was shaped with licensed transgressions. In this context, customs which are attempted to be institutionalized by the power became off the track. Camp of the below led astray and defamed established order in its grandeur of power thanks to licensed transgressions.
Peddlars, Yüksel Street, space, power, camp of the below