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Madrid Urban Laboratory. 2nd Workshop and International Simposium

01.10.2014 - 05.10.2014

Place: Auditorio (2ª planta / 2nd Floor)

Infrastructures, practices and tools to rethink the shared life

Second phase of the prototyping workshop and international simposium

Madrid Urban Laboratory seeks to explore the relationships between the city, digital culture and the common good. There will be developed 15 selected projects which deal with inclusive design, infrastructures or citizen science.

In addition, on October 1 and 2  Langdon Winner, José Luis de Vicente or Daniel Lombraña among others will hold lectures within the context of the international simposium.

Workshop assistants: Pablo Ripolles, Enrique Esteban y Javier Villaroel 

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> What is it?
> Program of the simposium
> Second phase of the workshop
> Selected projects
> How does the workshop work

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What is it?

Madrid Urban Laboratory proposes to explore the relationship between the city, the digital culture and the commons through a program that includes:
  • A collaborative production workshop based in loca projects to design and prototype new tools, platforms and actions. This workshop follows Medialab-Prado's methodology: open call for proyects, open call for collaborators, transdisciplinary teams and prototyping with the aid of tutors and experts in different fields.
  • A series of conferences and debates (simposium) with international panelists and local projects that reflect on the meaning of the commons and the digital culture in the evolution of the city.

 

Program

Simposium

October 1 - Afternoon:  Open Infrastructuras and Public Space

16:15h – 16:45h: Presentation and moderation: José Luis de Vicente A catalogue of citizen-run infrastructures [+info]
16:45h – 17:45h: Presentation of projects:

16:45h - 16:55h: Make a Sity
16:55h - 17:05h: Normalización de espacios comunes. El caso de "Esta Es Una Plaza"
17:05h - 17:15h:"La movida nómada" Agencia Itinerante de coproducción. Espacio de Autogestión de procesos industriales y vitales
17:15h - 17:25h: mappe (mapping pushing empowerment)
17:25h - 17:35h: #HacerPlaza (Gather the Pavement)
17:35h - 17:45h: Mapeo de iniciativas de innovación social para la regeneración urbana (MISRUM)

Break

18:00h – 18:30h: Ana Méndez de Andes (Observatorio Metropolitano):Opensource City: acceso a los recursos y democracia radical [+info]
18:30h – 19:00h: Langdon Winner: Diseño, Inclusión y Artefactos Políticos [+info]
19:00h – 20:00h: Open dialogue between speakers, projects and public


October 2 - Morning: Inclusive City

10:00h – 10:15h: Presentation and moderation: Alma Orozco: The future as a shared asset [+info]
10:15h – 11:15h: Presentation of projects:

10:15h – 10:25h: Mayores en juego: Creación analógico-digital y participación ciudadana
10:25h – 10:35h: Kaos Adaptat
10:35h – 10:45h: En boca cerrada
10:45h – 10:55h: Memoria y relato del Barrio de las Letras en Madrid
10:55h – 11:05h: Interfaz cerebral
11:05h – 11:15h: Drift city

Break

11:30h – 12:00h: Carolina Jiménez: Identidad personal y sentido de comunidad: el cuerpo inscrito en la convivencia, en la ciudad [+info]
12:00h – 12.30h: Mario Toboso Martín: Diversidad funcional: un nuevo enfoque para comprender nuestra relación con los entornos [+info]
12:30h – 13:00h: Rubén Martínez: Segregación urbana e innovación social [+info]
13:00h – 14:00h  Open dialogue between speakers, projects and public

 

October 2 - Afternoon: Citizen Science

16:30h – 16:45h: Presentation and moderation: Daniel Lombraña: Simbiontes 2.0 [+info]
16:45h – 17:15h: Presentation of projects:

16:45h – 16:55h: Dark Skies ISS
16:55h – 17:05h: Cazavelocidades-Madrid
17:05h – 17:15h: DIY ISP

Descanso

17:30h – 18:00h: Ramon Roca  i Tió: La gobernanza del procomún en las telecomunicaciones [+info]
18:00h – 18:30h: Rory Aronson: Desarrollo de proyecto para las Cosas que Importan [+info]
18:30h – 19:30h: Open dialogue between speakers, projects and public

 

Second phase of the workshop


October 1

10:00h – 10:30h (Alameda · 1st floor): Group meetings. Idea-sharing between developers and collaborators.
16:30h – 20:30h (LAB): Madrid Urban Lab simposium

October 2

Morning and afteroon (AUD): Madrid Urban Lab simposium

October 3

10:00h – 10:30h: Presentation of the second part of the workshop Madrid Urban Lab by Juan Freire y Antonio Lafuente
10:30h – 11:00h: Organizing the workshop
12:00h –14:30h: Development of the workshop
16:00h – 20:30h: Development of the workshop


October 4

11:00h – 14:30h: Development of the workshop
16:00h – 20:30h: Development of the workshop
19:30h: Book presentation Social Movements and Their Technologies [+info]

 

October 4

11:00h – 12:00h: Development of the workshop
12:00h – 14:30h: Presentation of results



Prototypes exhibition: October 15 to November 15

 

How does the workshop work

  • May 14: Publication of selected projects and opening of the call for collaborators.
  • May 28 - June 1: First phase of the workshop.
  • June and September: Work groups get together to keep working in Medialab-Prado.
  • October 1-5: Simposium (1 and 2) and secong phase of the workshop. Presentation of final prototypes.


During the workshop teams will test ideas and develop prototypes working in transdisciplinary groups coordinated by the project promoter. Teams will be supported by technical assistants and invited tutors using the space, equipment and materials required by each project.

Eventhough May and October are the most intensive parts of the workshopp, all participants can also keep working independently during July and September.

We assume that participants will use free and open software, projects will be based in open standards and results will be available under licenses that allow reappropriating, reusing and distributing.

 

More information or questions: talleres(at)medialab-prado.es 

 

With the collaboration of Obra Social "la Caixa"

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