25 de junio de 2018


::: Sobre assemblage, bricolaje y collages… / On assemblage, bricolage and collages ... ::: Gracias María González y Juanjo López de la Cruz (Sol89) por incluirnos en este artículo “El azar y la necesidad. Presente continuo de la arquitectura Española” en el número 09 de Rita / Thank you María González and Juanjo López de la Cruz (Sol89) for including us in this article "El azar y la necesidad. Presente continuo de la arquitectura Española" in the number 09 of Rita :::

+ info:https://issuu.com/redfundamentos/docs/rita_09

22 de junio de 2018

21 de junio de 2018

180621 - Save The Children >>> Desymbol

::: Save The Children en Desymbol / Save The Children in Desymbol :::

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18 de junio de 2018

180618 - Save The Children >>> Designboom!

::: Save The Children en / in Designboom! :::

"...this modular configuration creates camaraderie among kids and encourages relationships with the space itself. it is architecture that fosters affection on all levels..."

"...the interior spaces are colorful and eclectic. each feels completely new and exciting from floor to floor. when moving into a new room, the user is struck with crazy shapes and candy colors. it might even seem a bit like going for a tour at willy wonka’s chocolate factory..."

"...it is a design that will no doubt encourage curiosity and keep the children reaching for the stars...".

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14 de junio de 2018

180614 - Save The Children >> Weburbanist!

::: Save The Children en Weburbanist! Save The Children in Weburbanist! :::

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13 de junio de 2018

180613 - Save The Children >>> ZSHID!

::: Save The Children en ZSHID!Save The Children in ZSHID! :::

+ info:http://www.zshid.com/?c=posts&a=view&id=2501

12 de junio de 2018

180612 - Save The Children >> iArch!

::: Save The Children en iArch! Save The Children in iArch! :::

+ info: http://www.iarch.cn/thread-39868-1-1.html

6 de junio de 2018

180606 - Save The Children > Divisare!

::: Save The Children en / in Divisare! :::

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4 de junio de 2018

180604 - Save The Children > Afasia

::: Save The Children en / in Afasia! :::

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1 de junio de 2018

180605 - Prototyping The Idiotic City

::: El próximo 5 de junio, Uriel Fogué participa en el workshop 'Prototyping The Idiotic City' en la Universidad de Goldsmiths, Londres / Next 5th of June 2018, Uriel Fogué Will take part in the workshop 'Prototyping The Idiotic City' at Goldsmiths, London :::

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Prototyping The Idiotic City

Incorporating the “murmur of the idiot” (Stengers, 2005) into situations in which new relationships with our ‘smart’ surroundings can be built.

Alison Powell, London School of Economics
Gyorgyi Galik, Royal College of Art, London/Umbrellium
Jennifer Gabrys, University of Goldsmiths
Mike Michael, University of Exeter
Noortje Marres, CIM, University of Warwik
Ola Söderström, University of Neuchâtel
Uriel Fogué, elii, UEM

CISP & Fondecyt N°1180062

In recent years, the notion of smartness has gained pervasive prominence in various spheres of social life and the ways that cities can be known, planned and governed. Data collection is now enabled through embedded sensors and devices in urban space, particularly in the development of the Internet of Things. Autonomous mobility and other smart city initiatives make cities appear to be manageable and controllable in (near) real-time through smart analytics and dashboards. In developing these innovations, new modes of laboratorization and experimentation are deployed in order to test technological ‘solutions’. Against the grain of a sterile technotopia proposed by the smart city, we want to problematize the various kinds of smartness that are programmed and inscribed into this debate, as well as question the newness of it. What, in other words, are the failures and breakdowns that slow down and counteract the supposed smoothness of the smart city? Through a one-day workshop we invite researchers to creatively incorporate the “murmur of the idiot” (Stengers, 2005) into situations in which new relationships with our ‘smart’ surroundings can be built.

During the event, each presenter discusses an idiotic object or situation. Each speaker, together with the audience, will then try to further the idiocy of other speakers cases.

Introduction: Martin Tironi

(chair: Michael Guggenheim)
Mike Michael: Toward the Untoward: Idiocy, Multiplicity and The London Fatberg
Gyorgyi Galik: If We Are So Smart, Then Why Aren't We Healthier?

(chair Alex Wilkie)
Jennifer Gabrys: The Participatory Platform in the Idiotic City
Alison Powell: The Unknowable City. A New Ethics of Sense

1250-1350 - lunch

(chair: Marsha Rosengarten)
Noortje Marres: Title TBC
Uriel Fogué: The Lazy Reading Club: Prototyping the Idiotic City in Cushioned Infrastructures

(chair: Martin Tironi)
Ola Söderström: A Schizo-Analysis of the Smart City

Final comments: Liam Healy, Fabian Namberger

Organising committee
- Michael Guggenheim (Goldsmiths, University of London)
- Martin Tironi (School of Design, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)
- Liam Healy (Goldsmiths, University of London)
- Fabian Namberger (Goldsmiths, University of London)

Event is free, please register here: https://idiotic-cities.eventbrite.co.uk