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In the Urban Commons: Moving Beyond State and Market (2015) the authors ask: “what, if anything, is urban about [the commons]?” Given the uptake of urban labs and city studios within municipal planning practices and academic institutions, and the widespread interest in “making the city,” this salon will collectively and somewhat informally dialogue about the ways in which urban settings can influence or condition commoning initiatives. What is the potential of urban commoning (taken here as a verb), as a social practice for working across differences and processes of spatial organization, to produce tools for sharing material/ immaterial and cultural resources outside market driven demands?
Join us for a roundtable discussion and presentations with:
Nathalie Casemajor Professeure-chercheure INRS - Institut national de la recherche scientifique, Montreal Centre Urbanisation Culture Société. Codirectrice de l’Observatoire des médiations culturelles (OMEC)
Kristine Samson Urbanist and Associate Professor Visual Culture and Performance Design Department of Communication and Arts Roskilde University, Denmark
Marie-Christine Therrien, Professeure titulaire et Directrice de Cité-ID Living Lab Gouvernance de la résilience urbaine, www.cite-id.com École nationale d’administration publique, Montreal