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In the context of the research project Public Space 2.0 we address the following main questions: how does the introduction of social platforms on the internet transform existing communication practices, and furthermore enrich social space of interaction? What impact may have experiences gained with social networks on our perception of the urban public?  Mission Statement

Proposition for a manual to enhance creative urban experience

Since only a few years, fast spreading, participatory platforms on the web have evoked a major shift into the realm of social media. This was made possible by the convergence of free web platforms, inexpensive software that enables people to share their own media and access materials produced by others, the rapid fall in prices […]

New parameters have changed our contemporary perception of space

Architecture today constitutes places of multiple processes, and through the introduction of electronic networks various services are being offered. The progression of technologies that infuse public space is fast and therefore a vast variety of different approaches exist which are driven by customer-centred services. However, due to the emergent problems of interoperability and interconnectivity of […]

Participatory architecture

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As we proceed

In the social space of web 2.0 we act as subjects – what if these subjects would be observed by an additional or externalized authority? An observation of the observation, so to speak, or a second order observation.[1] Our actions and our experiences are mainly based on observations of the space which we move through […]

Public space 2.0 – introduction

“(…) Beobachten ist nichts anderes als das Handhaben von Unterscheidungen. Ob dies im Prozess des Herstellens erfolgt oder später angesichts des fertigen Kunstwerkes oder ob durch den Künstler oder durch andere, ist ein Unterschied zweiten Ranges. Aller Umgang mit der Kunst ist zunächst ein unterscheidendes Beobachten, auch und gerade während des Prozesses, in dem die […]

Public space, perception and technology

Human perception plays a crucial role in the way public space is perceived. Not only does it determine a surrounding’s influence on the observer but also the way the observer acts in and interacts with the surrounding. With the chosen interdisciplinary approach, Public Space 2.0 tries to enter the general public space discourse. The collaboration […]

Shaping wearable ecologies: a quest for public space through arts-based research

»I think artistic research exists.«[1] James McAllister In the last two decades, arts-based research – also known as artistic research or arts research – has been a project discussed at ontological, epistemological and methodological levels.[2] The basic proposition of this paper is that projects like our own Public Space 2.0 shall be valuable not only […]

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