Anitha Silvia is a cultural activist. She works as research assistant for Marco Kusumawijaya’s book “Cities in Indonesia: Introduction for Common People”, is a member of Indonesia Netaudio Forum and Kwangsan Kunstkring, and Silampukau’s band manager. She is interested in walking to learn about urbanism. Her latest walk is mapping traditional coffee shops, traditional markets, and street typologies in Surabaya. Her research proposal for the Fellowship program focuses on the Kebalen Barat Market, an open-air market dominated by women as traders and buyers along Kebalen Barat street in Surabaya, and poses the following questions: How do the merchants define the domestic space and public space that create the Kebalen Barat Market as a common space? How are the strategies and tactics of the merchants at Kebalen Barat Market in facing the city government regulations of formality? List of selected projects include: Novembre Numérique: Flux de Memoire, Indonesia, 2020; Indonesia Netaudio Festival #3, Yogyakarta, 2018; Pertigaan Map, Surabaya, 2016; Ayorek!, Surabaya, 2013-2016. Anitha Silvia lives and works in Surabaya, and is part of the GUDsel (Gudskul), Jakarta, in the Fellowship for Situated Practice.