Activity: Participating in or organising an event › Participation in workshop, seminar, course
What performance design methods are needed to manifest participatory and meaningful engaged modes of urbanism; for overcoming existing disciplinary borders in urban planning and design; for mobilizing collective investments in place, galvanizing action, and addressing urgent urban issues?
· Reciprocally, what lessons for performance design practice can we learn from recent and past histories of urban planning and design?
· What impact does scenography, overflowing from the prescribed stage into the city, have on the social and spatial production of urban commons?
· How can expanded scenographic knowledge/sensibilities/practices be methodologically utilized for critical urban research in order to mediate and understand our experience of smart (intelligent) and sustainable cities?
This project is funded by a Concordia University Research Chair and SSHRC Insight Development Grant