Iconoconceitos para A Segunda Cidade @ The New Art Fest ’17~
Collective drawing session of audiographic mapping
Collective drawing session of audiographic mapping experimenting with low-tech synthesizers produced in Workshop “Designing Sound Designed” guided by Mauricio Martins, articulated with the Workshop R.U.A. (Augmented Urban Reality) guided by Lilian Amaral
Confluence of speeches and actions of the two workshops
Oficinas do Convento
November 4, 2012
Sessão coletiva das Oficinas “Desenhar Som Desenhado” e R.U.A. Realidade Urbana Aumentada
Desenho de cartografia coletiva audiográfica com a experimentação de sintetizadores de baixa tecnologia produzidos na Oficina Desenhar Som Desenhado orientada por Maurício Martins, articulado com a Oficina R.U.A. Realidade Urbana Aumentada orientada por Lilian Amaral
Confluência de discursos e ações das duas Oficinas
Oficinas do Convento
4 de novembro de 2012
Industrial Housing (USA 1910-1930)
When houses became living machines, and city planning a mass production factory.We need an ideologically smart comparison between the novelty of 20th Century American housing and the European old century way of doing houses and cities.
Sears Archives (great stuff)
Pedro Zamith + António Salvador Carvalho
“We [Pedro Zamith and I] developed and drawn most of the illustrations on our free time after work meeting one time a week for a period of about one year. The process implied we exchanged and intervened constantly on each other compositions, almost like a cadavre exquis but with an open dialogue and negotiation.”
António Salvador Carvalho
Aldo van Eyck
IOCOSE—art after failure
Art after failure: an artistic manifesto from the city of Bangalore
by IOCOSE (Ruffino P., Cremonesi M., Cuttica F., Prati D.)
Originally published in Ghidini, M. and Kelton, T. (2015), Silicon Plateau Vol-1, T.A.J. Residency and SKE Projects, Bangalore: India (LINK).
PetaBencana Website—an example of social mapping.
New Babylon by GUS
Lab Programs: Corinne Rose – Urban Micro Lens
Urban Micro-Lens: An Interview with Corinne Rose
The Lab Team in Berlin will have an overarching theme of making and doing—empowering everyday citizens to create and improve their own cities. Within this theme, Lab Team members have each chosen a special focus based on their skill sets and backgrounds.
Corinne Rose is a psychologist and artist who examines the interactions between urban space, art, and psychology. At the Lab she will focus on the Urban Micro-Lens—microanalyzing urban environments, the unconscious processes of urban life, and the perception, communication, and emotions within urban contexts.