Karten & Commons – Die Stadt im Plattformkapitalismus
Botschaft, Worringer Platz 4 Eintritt frei. Anmeldung unter firstname.lastname@example.org
full program of CLAIMING COMMON SPACES II – KUNST UND DIGITALES LEBEN
24th May, 11 am until 1 pm
Critical Mapping of the City
Modern cartography is a state science, an instrument used to produce and expand territory. Maps are powerful texts, they structure through situation. Critical cartography employs ideology criticism on the one hand. On the other hand, it searches for new ways of opening maps for as-yet disenfranchised protagonists, contents and practices. The contribution wants to first introduce visitors to the power of maps, followed by the discussion of examples of critical mapping of urban spaces.
24th May, 2 pm until 5 pm
Ulrike Haß und Laura Strack
Theatre As the Space for Urban Community Building
With examples from Naples, Athens and Skopje, alternative organisational forms of cultural institutions in the sense of urban participation policies will be introduced.
With: Gigi Argyropoulou (Athen), Gabriella Riccio (Asilo, Neapel) und Elena Risteska (Kinokultura, Skopje)
With ensembles, Jan Lemitz accompanies the temporary use of the Botschaft with a form of visual cartography providing glimpses into the history of the space as well as into the ongoing inner city transformation processes.
25th May, 11 am until 2 pm
Annelys de Vet
Subjective Mapping Worringer Platz
Belgium based Dutch designer Annelys de Vet will present the design methods behind the series of Subjective Atlases that she has developed. How can we map regions from inside out, by the inhabitants themselves? Together with the workshop participants the surrounding of Worringer Platz will be mapped and visualized in subjective mappings and displayed for discussion. What are the issues at stake and how can we address them from a visual and cartographic perspective?
See: www.subjectiveatlas.info, www.bureaudevet.be
25th May, 3 pm until 5 pm
Smart Citizens & Digital Commons
The city becomes a data generator through its users and through digital infrastructure. How can we put new technologies into service for a democratic urban society in the sense of urban and digital commons?
Input: Michael Seemann. with: Mic Szillat (Freifunk Düsseldorf), Till Claassen (OpenStreetMapper), Eva Pröbstel (Geschäftsstelle Open.NRW, Ministerium für Wirtschaft, Innovation, Digitalisierung und Energie des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen). Hosted by: Katja Grawinkel-Claassen und Jochen BeckerCCSII