Gisela Erlacher is fascinated by hybrid, improvised urban situations. With public space being under increasing pressure in today’s world of global acceleration and urbanization, spaces we are unconscious of edge ever more into focus. In her project Skies of Concrete she shows spaces and spatial situations that result from the construction of bridges or from the appropriation of spaces under them. Erlacher has photographed such non-spaces in China, Great Britain, Netherlands, and Austria. They are characterized by being situated under a structure and by the stunning spatial configurations resulting from this.