need some help
From: sondheim at panix.com (Alan Sondheim)
Date: Tuesday, 28 February 2012 - 5:52am
architecture and revitalizing cities)
Mark Skwarek - mark.skwarek at gmail.com - works with Occupy and augmented
Eyebeam and has published an anthology with MIT on the Sentient City.
I think these people are really concerned with the issues - Shepard and
Mattingly can recommend others as well - much more, and more directly,
than I am.
Please write them, mention my name at least with Shepard and Mary; I think
they'd be fantastic.
On Tue, 28 Feb 2012, Ana Vald?s wrote:
> Why not as a guest, Alan? You are one of the best formulated people I know
> around :)
> It would be an honor for me having you as a guest!
> This is the presentation of the topic, please feel free to pass around it!
> "Urban resilience" , to try to understand the new ways and methods of
> activism and resilience performed in the urban environment. We live in a
> world where the populations tend to desert the rural areas and gather in
> megacities. The urban tissue is made of gests, rituals, memes going viral
> and reproducing itselves.
> We are going to gather in this discussion Spanish architects and urbanists
> working in Fukushima and mapping the resistance against the nuclear,
> Uruguayan writers and philosophers working at museums and universities,
> thinking about time and space in a time of change of paradigms.
> Where is the axis where urbanists, architects, activists, writers and
> philosophers converge and interact? Since Guy Debord wrote about the city
> and the situationists saw in the city the canvas of actions and art have we
> been fascinated with the movements and actions generated by the city in
> On Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 2:33 AM, Alan Sondheim
> I would definitely love to participate in this but not as a
> guest of
> course. It's important and fascinating. I think people at
> Eyebeam would be
> interested in it; they deal with these issues - if you have a
> description, I'd like to pass it along,
> Thanks, Alan
> On Tue, 28 Feb 2012, Ana Vald?s wrote:
> > Dear netbehaviours: I am in need of some help. As maybe some
> of you know I
> > relocated to Montevideo, Uruguay, after 34 years of living in
> Sweden. I was
> > curious about how my generation and my old jailmates :) dealed
> with the
> > power...The president and the vicepresident of this country
> were in jail
> > with me, they were jailed for 13 years, I was in jail only 4
> > I am still finding my way here, knowing younger people,
> recovering old
> > friendships.
> > In the month of March I am going to moderate the list -empyre
> and we are
> > going to speak about "Urban Resilience". The topic is very
> vast and the ends
> > are really open, it means I was thinking about connecting
> > urbanists, anthropologists as myself, writers as myself too :)
> > activists, the people working in the canvas of the city.
> > We are going to discuss public space, dissent, Occupy
> Movement, Anonymous,
> > street artm, bodyart and all the subcultures growing up as
> mushrooms in the
> > city.
> > I am going to be very brave :) and having a lot of people from
> Uruguay who
> > are not used to use English as communication tool and with
> scarce or zero
> > skills in mailinglists.
> > Some of my guests are shy and dropped off this week, only a
> few days before
> > we start, on the 2th or the 3th March.
> > My question is; are some of you interested or willing to be my
> guests in
> > -empyre during March?
> > I need between three or four people, I have covered two weeks
> of the four, I
> > am still waiting for some people to confirm.
> > I was waiting for Loretta Napoleoni, an Italian economist
> specialist in Al
> > Qaida and the terror networks working in the cities but she
> was not able to
> > participate since she is travelling promoting her new book.
> > Cheers
> > Ana
> > --
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> > http://www.scoop.it/t/museums-and-ethics/
> > http://www.scoop.it/t/urbanism-3-0
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> > "When once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the
> earth with your
> > eyes turned skyward, for there you have been and there you
> will always long
> > to return.
> > ? Leonardo da Vinci
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