Here are some visual impressions of the three-day workshop Social Cities of Tomorrow:
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These are the results of the three-day “Social Cities of Tomorrow” workshop (14 − 16 Feb. 2012). Most teams made two presentations: a longer one for the public presentation at Mediamatic on 16 February 2012, and a shorter one for the … Continue reading
Natalie Jeremijenko is an artist. She is also the director of the Environmental Health Clinic at NYU, a space where environmental issues are approached as health concerns. In her clinic the (im)patients leave the consultation not with a series of … Continue reading
The event Social Cities of Tomorrow that took place last Friday opened up with a series of workshops at the ARCAM (Architecture Center of Amsterdam) earlier this week and brought together local stakeholder organizations and participants from different backgrounds to … Continue reading
A presentation of the result of two days of workshops that is part of the Social Cities of Tomorrow conference. Providing urban pioneers with plots of unused land plus a Templot app to build an online and offline community of … Continue reading
Natalie Jeremijenko talks about one of her many projects: bicycles digitally displaying geotagged information such as bicycle traffic fatalities as you are cycling through the city.
Michiel de Lange from The Mobile City introduces the subject of today: how can we make our cities more social instead of just more hi-tech. Martijn de Waal explains that although we will be talking a lot about technology today, it … Continue reading
One of the visitors of the Social Cities of Tomorrow Conference shares her impressions of the first half of the programme.
A short interview with Natalie Jeremijenko sharing her views of what constitutes a social city of tomorrow. Embracing complexity is key.
Usman Haque talks about the possibilities for creative solutions with data collected by the public in the city.