Radio interview with Konrad Braun

Berlin Permanent link

Data (For) Culture: Conference

Unlike their counterparts in the business world, cultural institutions and event organisers rarely use data to underpin their decision making. What can we learn about the event goers? Can data help understand how culture influences the development of the city? How can you make communication effective in a data culture? Get inspired at the Data For Culture Conference: lectures, expert discussions and hands-on workshops will offer insight!

Katowice Permanent link

CityMakers: Shared Cities

Posted by CAMP - Centrum architektury a městského plánování on Dienstag, 14. November 2017
Posted by Mindspace on Donnerstag, 2. November 2017
Posted by WhatCity? on Montag, 9. Oktober 2017
Posted by Lab.cafe on Sonntag, 8. Oktober 2017

Virtual Virtues of Sharing, Kamil Pavelka

I consider it to be reasonably safe to say, human societies are not mere products of biological determinism. As the most basic supporting argument, let’s borrow the sociological metaphor of agency, or “free will”. Were human beings just biological automata, there wouldn’t be such a thing as the capacity of individuals to make free choice and to act independently.

Prague Permanent link
Rákócziterezés

Audiovizuális összefoglaló a Rákócziterezésről. Csarnokest, zenés happening, workshopok és konferencia. Ezek történtek a négy szeptemberi nap alatt. Már két hete lezajlott a program, mostanában pedig azon gondolkodunk és dolgozunk, hogyan folytassuk tovább a csarnokkal való együttműködést.

Posted by Mindspace on Dienstag, 10. Oktober 2017

Beyond A Unified Europe: Imagining Eurasia with Kyong Park / Shared Cities Diaries #3

Is transnational cultural collaboration possible? Is the pan-European political project viable? Do we, as Europeans, share similar cultural values and goals for the future? These are some of the questions discussed in our daily conversations and in local media.

Belgrade Permanent link

Post-Socialist Urban Furniture, Benjamin Cope

This text lays out some considerations regarding socialist urban furniture with a view to better understanding the context in which post-socialist urban furniture functions.

Berlin Permanent link