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This paper examines the impact of Covid-19 pandemic on the 'situated art' and on the geo-social methodology of research. The centralization of daily activities in the domestic spaces, caused by the pandemic, has had important repercussions on the topic of the doctoral research – the artistic use of public space – and on the 'design' of the research itself. So, the aims of the work are to show how a research project can change as needed and how the geo-social researcher must constantly adapt todoi:10.7358/gn-2021-002-odd1 fatcat:47c7uzewcjcmtom4l65f7yvrhi